book review

Drake. Book Review


DRAKE by Peter McLean Angry Robot Books, p/b, £8.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Being in Wormwood’s South London club is rarely a good thing, and at 3am with a hand he is [...]

Archangel’s Shadows. Book Review


ARCHANGEL’S SHADOWS by Nalini Singh Orion, p/b, 384pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan I’m told that angels are very popular in America, so it is unsurprising that they [...]

Kane of Old Mars. Book Review


KANE OF OLD MARS By Michael Moorcock Gollancz, p/b, 432pp, £9.99 Reviewed by Mike Chinn I originally read the trilogy Warriors of Mars, Blades of Mars and Barbarians of Mars [...]

A Kill in the Morning. Book review


A KILL IN THE MORNING by Graeme Shimmin Bantam, p/b, 384pp, £7.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns  It’s 1955, but things are not quite as our history books teach us.  [...]

Legion. Book Review


LEGION by Brandon Sanderson Gollancz, h/b, 68pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan There are many different reasons why people buy books but when it comes to fiction, they [...]

Travelers Rest. Book Review


TRAVELERS REST by Keith Lee Morris W&N, p/b, 368pp, £14.99 Reviewed by Abbas Daya There’s something magical and mysterious about fog, isn’t there? It’s why [...]

The Unreal & The Real. Book Review


THE UNREAL & THE REAL: Selected Stories Volume 2 – Outer Space, Inner Lands by Ursula K. Le Guin Gollancz, p/b, 352pp, £9.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan There is a [...]

The Nightmare Stacks. Book Review


The Nightmare Stacks by Charles Stross Orbit Books, h/b, 400pp, £18.99 Reviewed by Helen Armfield The book opens in some style, and with Whitby as its location. It doesn’t [...]

Expiration Date. Book Review


EXPIRATION DATE by Tim Powers Gollancz, p/b, 400pp, £9.99 Reviewed by Stewart Horn Twelve-year-old Poot Parganas develops an obsession with a bust of Dante that his parents [...]
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