book review

The Hunter’s Kind. Book Review

March 17, 2016

THE HUNTER’S KIND by Rebecca Levene Hodder & Stoughton, p/b, 480pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Smiler’s Fair is no longer what it was and yet somehow the [...]

An English Ghost Story. Book Review

March 17, 2016

AN ENGLISH GHOST STORY by Kim Newman Titan Books, p/b, 3034pp, £7.99 Reviewed by Stewart Horn The Naremore family has its problems. Dad Steve’s business is thriving [...]

Those Below. Book Review

March 17, 2016

THOSE BELOW by Daniel Polansky Hodder & Stoughton. h/b, 368pp, £18.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins There are those among the lower rungs who have taken new names and new [...]

The Abyss Beyond Dreams. Book Review

February 22, 2016

THE ABYSS BEYOND DREAMS by Peter F. Hamilton Pan, p/b, 704pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan Authors with big ideas are frequently faced with a dilemma. If they have [...]

Darkness Falls. Book Review

February 22, 2016

DARKNESS FALLS by Keri Arthur Piatkus, p/b, 400pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan It is very difficult trying to recommend a book to new readers when it is the finale of a [...]

Painkillers. Book Review

February 22, 2016

PAINKILLERS by Simon Ings Bloomsbury, p/b, 256pp, £6.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan There are some things that are rarely written about to an extent that they should be, and [...]

Dead Ice. Book Review

February 22, 2016

DEAD ICE by Laurell K. Hamilton Headline, p/b, 576pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan When you reach number twenty four in a series, have read them all and are eager for [...]

Dark Intelligence. Book Review

February 22, 2016

Dark Intelligence by Neal Asher Pan, p/b, 480pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Martin Willoughby This is the first Neal Asher book I’ve read and I was impressed. The plot moved along [...]

My Real Children. Book Review

February 22, 2016

MY REAL CHILDREN by Jo Walton Corsair, p/b, 336pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan Life, and fiction, is peppered with the ‘what if?’. Every decision we make has the [...]
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