review

Raising Steam. Book Review

12/11/2013

RAISING STEAM by Terry Pratchett  Doubleday, h/b, 384 pp, £20 Reviewed by Rebekah Lunt I was luckier than an Ankh-Morporkian who has survived consumption of the [...]

My Amityville Horror. Film Review

12/11/2013

MY AMITYVILLE HORROR DIRECTOR: Eric Walter STARRING: Daniel Lutz, Laura DiDio, Neme Alperstein FORMAT: DVD          RUNNING TIME: [...]

Fyre. Book Review

12/11/2013

FYRE by Angie Sage Bloomsbury, h/b, 528pp, £12.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns The finale in the Septimus Heap Wizard Apprentice series sees Septimus apprenticed to the [...]

Rebellion. Book Review

12/11/2013

REBELLION by Ian Irvine Orbit, p/b, 656pp, £9.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Rix is living surrounded by tragedy, guilt and shame, with only the servant girl, Glynnie, for [...]

A Memory of Light. Book Review

12/11/2013

A MEMORY OF LIGHT by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson Orbit Books, h/b, 912pp, £25.00 Reviewed by Matthew Johns This, the final book in Jordan’s Wheel of Time [...]

The Republic of Thieves. Book Review

12/11/2013

THE REPUBLIC OF THIEVES by Scott Lynch Gollancz, h/b, 608pp, £14.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Lashain, the great city where anything is for sale, even nobility and [...]

A Dance of Cloaks. Book Review

12/11/2013

A DANCE OF CLOAKS by David Dalglish Orbit, p/b, 480pp, £7.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Thren Felhorn, Master of the Spider Guild, has been poisoned by a blade. He was [...]

She Who Waits. Book Review

10/11/2013

SHE WHO WAITS by Daniel Polansky Hodder & Stoughton, h/b, 416pp, £18.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Low Town. Times are changing. Loyalties shifting. Drug dealers [...]

Doctor Sleep. Book Review

10/11/2013

DOCTOR SLEEP by Stephen King Hodder & Stoughton, h/b, 485 pp, £19.99 Reviewed by Rebekah Lunt Thirty years after ‘The Shining’, Stephen King has done us [...]
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