Articles by Peter Coleborn

The Iron Jackal — book review

December 4, 2011

THE IRON JACKAL (A TALE OF THE KETTY JAY) by Chris Wooding. Orion £12.99 Reviewed by Carl Barker Rip-roaring, gungho and high adventure are all phrases which could be used [...]

The Emperor’s Knife — book review

December 4, 2011

THE EMPEROR’S KNIFE by Mazarkis Williams. Jo Fletcher Books £14.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Prince Sarmin lives in a room that measures just twenty paces by [...]

By Wizard Oak — book review

December 4, 2011

BY WIZARD OAK by Peter Crowther. Earthling Publications $40 Reviewed by Jay Eales It is Hallowe’en in Magellan Bend. It is their time, and they are coming. Again. [...]

Osama — book review

December 4, 2011

OSAMA by Lavie Tidhar. PS Publishing £19.99 Reviewed by Jay Eales Can you fictionalise a real-world bogeymen like Bin Laden without trivialising things? Dash it all, I [...]

Pure — book review

December 1, 2011

PURE by Julianna Baggott. Headline £14.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins The Detonations came and left the Wretches in the wreckage. The people outside the protective Dome [...]

The Immortality Engine — book review

December 1, 2011

THE IMMORALITY ENGINE by George Mann. Snow Books £7.99 Reviewed by Selina Lock Queen Victoria’s life has been extended past its normal span due to the ingenuity of [...]

Kiss of Snow — book review

November 30, 2011

KISS OF SNOW by Nalini Singh. Gollancz £12.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan More and more writers are ignoring the boxes publicists want to put them in and blurring the edges [...]

Alt-Dead — book review

November 30, 2011

ALT-DEAD edited by Peter Mark May. Hersham Horror Books Reviewed by Mike Chinn Death, bereavement, what happens after we die … these are all things that occupy a [...]

Witchfinder General — book review

November 30, 2011

WITCHFINDER GENERAL by Ian Cooper. Auteur £9.99 Reviewed by Jim Steel Media studies publisher Auteur’s ‘Devil’s Advocates’ series is a new line [...]
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