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Review: Liesmith by Alis Franklin


Book 1 of The Wyrd

Alis Franklin

Random House Publishing Group – Hydra
7th October2014

Price: 2.99USD
Edition: Other Format 464 more words


Hugo Awards

Earlier in the year I posted about Worldcon and the Hugo Awards. I’ve been reading the books nominated for the award for novels. Ahead of the start of Worldcon in London this weekend I though I’d post my reviews of books up for awards. 466 more words


Studio Ghibli Review: Princess Mononoke

Written and directed by Studio Ghibli’s creator Hayao Miyazaki, Princess Mononoke is a blend of both history and fantasy. Released in 1997 the film reinforces a common theme of Studio Ghibli which is deforestation due to modernisation. 393 more words


Coming soon!!!!!

After hearing the sad news about Studio Ghibli, my next few reviews are going to be on my favourite Ghibli creations.


The Stepford Wives by Ira Levin

This book is creepy.

On one of my too frequent trips to Grimsby last month I found a copy of this classic novel in The Works. 286 more words


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