Reviews

Midnight Street #12

April 29, 2009

Review by Steve Redwood Midnight Street #12 keeps to the same format as earlier issues, a mixture of fiction (and a pretty eclectic mix too, this time), interviews, reviews, [...]

Apex Digest #6

April 8, 2009

Review by Steven Pirie The first impression of Apex is of a quality magazine, with atmospheric illustrations, decent production values and plenty to dip into. It is published [...]

Apex Digest #5

April 8, 2009

Review by Paul McAvoy There are a lot of good things to be said about the Spring Issue of Apex; the magazine in general has evolved into a very good read. So much so that I [...]

Apex Digest #1

April 7, 2009

Review by Paul McAvoy What’s in a name? Does the first line of a story or a book have to be a great opener? Possibly not, and yet… I cannot help wondering at this [...]

All Your Gods Are Dead, by Gary McMahon

April 4, 2009

Reviewe by Barry J House When Doug Hunter travels to Leeds to investigate the circumstances surrounding his brother’s ultra-violent death, he is plunged into the [...]

A Kind of Peace, by Andy Boot

April 4, 2009

Review by Liza Granville This is the first book in a series entitled Dreams of Inan. The book itself is attractive and I was drawn to the [...]

A Dead Calmness, by Steven Deighan

March 25, 2009

Review by Garry Charles Just before Christmas (2005) I received a text message out of the blue from a young man named Steven Deighan asking me for tips on writing. I was [...]
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