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Guest Review: The Butcher's Sons by Scott Alexander Hess

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This was a fascinating read. Set in New York, back in the early thirties, the story tells of three brothers, close in age but not in nature. 1,241 more words

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Guest Review: One Starry Night by Olivia Cunning

Let’s welcome guest reviewer Liz Ellyn to The Rock of Pages! She’s got more reviewing goodness to come, so give her a big Rock of Pages welcome!! 109 more words


LIVE FESTIVAL REVIEW | Flyying Colours, Tape Runs Out, Fever Dream, Pinkshinyultrablast - The Great Escape Festival 2015 – A Good Year For The Scene

Popularly crowned the SXSW of Europe, Brighton’s Great Escape Festival has earned its reputation by thrilling pundits and regular punters alike for ten years now. This year promised to be a great one for the… 1,072 more words


Missing by Shelley Shepard Gray (review by guest reviewer Angela Wodkowski)

In such a small town where everyone knows everybody you don’t think you are going to hear about a murder, especially the death of an Amish teen. 512 more words

The Caregiver by Shelley Shepard Gray (review by guest reviewer Christa Metz)

“The Caregiver,” by Shelley Shepard Gray, is a must-read!  When I started reading this book, I could not put it down!  A train incident causes two strangers, Calvin and Lucy, a slight inconvenience, but they make the most of it.   377 more words

EP Review: Monster Under The Bed by Montrose

Guest Reviewer: Matt Dickinson

British pop-punk is taking off in quite a big way right now – bands like Neck Deep, Roam and Trash Boat are leading the charge and other bands are starting to come along on this wave – Bath four-piece Montrose are one of them – and are putting out their second EP… 408 more words


Guest Book Review: The Drop by Dennis Lehane-Guest Review by Cobalt Stargazer

I am introducing Guest Reviews and the lovely Cobalt Stargazer is my first guest reviewer. You can learn more about Cobalt Stargazer below.

You may not know the name of Dennis Lehane, but most undoubtedly you are familiar with Lehane’s books. 1,083 more words