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The Eyre Affair (Thursday Next #1) by Jasper Fforde

Published: July 19th 2001
Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
Pages: 373
ISBN: 034073356


 There is another 1985, where London’s criminal gangs have moved into the lucrative literary market, and Thursday Next is on the trail of the new crime wave’s Mr Big. 353 more words

June reviews:part two

I’m back with a couple more reviews.


Familiars by The Antlers

All I know is, “This year will be the year we win”…

It’s been 3 years since the last The Antlers album was released and 2 years since their last music release. 1,187 more words


Deep Fantasy by White Lung

This is a guest article by Liam Ball, a Sheffield Hallam University student who specialises in film but can’t shut up about music, so he was given a bit of space here to write about bands he finds interesting. 765 more words


Ultraviolence by Lana Del Rey

He hit me and it felt like a kiss. I can hear violins, violins. Give me all of that ultraviolence…

In 2011, Lana Del Rey appeared on ‘Later… Live with Jools Holland’, nothing more than a scared little girl with the look of a ‘girl next door’ from the 1950s. 1,083 more words


48:13 by Kasabian

We’re being watched by Google!

If you’re a fan of Kasabian and don’t wish to have their latest album criticised intensely then please do not read on. 953 more words


Boas-Vindas by Dunas

You know what the best thing about running this blog is? Coming across new music I would have never found if I didn’t. Brazilian ambient collective Dunas’s music is an example of this. 687 more words