Reviews

The Waking Fire. Book Review

April 28, 2017

THE WAKING FIRE by Anthony Ryan Orbit. p/b. 720pp. £8.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Lizanne is the granddaughter of the admired Darus Letheridge, although Lizanne knows [...]

A Perfect Machine. Book Review

April 28, 2017

A Perfect Machine by Brett Savory Angry Robot, p/b, 384pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Martin Willoughby This is an odd book. It has a story that will sit with you for some time after [...]

Stealing Snow. Book Review

April 27, 2017

STEALING SNOW by Danielle Paige Bloomsbury. p/b. 384pp. £7.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins When she was five years old, Snow tried to walk through a mirror. Now she wears the [...]

Hope and Red. Book Review

April 27, 2017

HOPE AND RED by Jon Skovron Orbit. p/b. 512pp. £8.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins It is bad luck to have a girl aboard in the Southern Seas, but it is too late now. Already [...]

The White City. Book Review

April 26, 2017

The White City by Simon Morden Gollancz, p/b,  336pp, £14.99 Reviewed by Martin Willoughby This is a stonkingly good novel. Picking up where Down Station left off, Morden [...]

Sleeping Giants. Book Review

April 26, 2017

Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel Penguin, p/b, 384pp, £7.99 Reviewed by Joely Black When just a girl, Rose Franklin falls through a hole in the forest near her home and [...]

Acapulcalypse Now. Book Review

April 7, 2017

ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE! ACAPULCALYPSE NOW by Alison Littlewood Robinson, p/b, 320pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns If you’re ever invited to a new hotel that’s been built [...]

Rook Song. Book Review

April 6, 2017

Rook Song by Naomi Foyle Jo Fletcher Books, p/b, 496pp, £9.99 Reviewed by Joely Black Rook Song is the follow-up to Naomi Foyle’s Astra, a post-apocalyptic novel exploring [...]

The Affinity Bridge. Book Review

April 6, 2017

THE AFFINITY BRIDGE by George Mann Titan Books, p/b, 320pp, £7.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns George Mann has created an intricate Steampunk world populated with intriguing [...]
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