Folk. Book Review


FOLK by Zoe Gilbert Bloomsbury, 256pp, h/b £14.99 e-book £12.99 Reviewed by Sydney Shields Zoe Gilbert is a prolific short story writer, having had works published in a [...]

Sandrider. Book Review


SANDRIDER by Angie Sage Bloomsbury Publishing, p/b, 320pp, £6.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns Angie Sage is a well-regarded author, having created the very successful Septimus [...]

Stealing Snow. Book Review


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 [...]

Empire of Storms. Book Review


Empire of Storms (Throne of Glass 5) by Sarah J Maas Bloomsbury, p/b, 704pp, £7.99 Reviewed by Joely Black This review is going to be something of a challenge, mostly [...]

Painkillers. Book Review


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 [...]

The Almost King. Book Review


The Almost King by Lucy Saxon Bloomsbury, p/b, 416pp, £7.99 Reviewed by Martin Willoughby This books begins a few years after the end of ‘Take back the Skies’, but with [...]

Take Back the Skies. Book Review


Take Back the Skies by Lucy Saxon Bloomsbury, p/b, 384pp, £7.99 Reviewed by Martin Willoughby This is a book aimed at a YA audience and is an excellent read for adults of a [...]

Mutant City. Book Review


MUTANT CITY by Steve Feasey Bloomsbury Publishing, p/b, 368pp, £6.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns Mutant City may seem slightly familiar to some readers, with shades of 2000AD [...]

The Assassin’s Blade. Book Review


THE ASSASSIN’S BLADE by Sarah J. Maas Bloomsbury, p/b, 449pp, £6.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Five assassins are gathered together, including Celaena Sardothien, [...]
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