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Book Review: Ex-Purgatory by Peter Clines

Peter Clines’ superheroes vs zombies series goes from strength to strength, with this, the fourth installment seeing him go in an interesting and clever new direction. 315 more words


Book Review: Gunthar and the Devil From Beyond by Steve Dilks

This is the third of Gunthar’s adventures I’ve read and while it’s still got flaws, Dilks appears to be developing as a writer. Here the sword wielding hero finds himself in a foreign kingdom where the King has fallen under the influence of a mysterious astronomer and a dancing girl at court is tormented by visions of a demon. 198 more words


A Man Called Outlaw: Book Review

This is another book by K.M. Weiland, set in the wild, wild west.

All his life Shane Lassiter had revered the man who stood in place of the father he had never known. 712 more words

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Book Review: 'Til Death by Ed McBain

The 87th Precinct series is fast becoming my favourite series, as Ed McBain cranks out cracking story after cracking story, and this, the ninth installment is another winner. 251 more words


The Giver: Book Review

The Giver by Lois Lowry is certainly a book that raises moral questions in the guise of a children’s story. It’s a story about a boy, Jonas, who becomes the “Receiver of Memories”, a task which brings joy but also pain. 240 more words

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Book Review: Killer's Wedge by Ed McBain

Ed McBain’s 87th Precinct series goes from strength to strength as the eighth installment is an absolute belter. It hinges on one genius idea that McBain uses to create an incredibly tense and gripping thriller. 248 more words


Book Review: The Second Super by Logan Rutherford

I stumbled across this book by chance and it appealed to me because of the superhero theme. It starts with an interesting idea, what if the first person to have superpowers was a villain. 193 more words