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Behrg reviews "Obscura" by Joe Hart

If I had to resort to the old Hollywood 5-second pitch, I’d describe this book as “Shutter Island in space.” That being said, this one deserves much more than a quick cursory glance. 237 more words

Book Reviews

My reading month / The Last girl and Fractured

Yes, it’s a reading month this time… And it is not a productive reading month at all.

This month I read only two books.

Two! 519 more words

Nerd Topics

Review: Obscura - Space Murders and the Persistence of Memory

Title: Obscura
Author: Joe Hart
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer
Release Date: May 8th, 2018
Genre(s): Thriller, Mystery, Science Fiction
Page Count: TBA
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Rating: 6.0/10… 621 more words

Sci-fi

Ran out of Stephen King reading material? These might just be the books for you

It was a sizzling summer day when, at the age of fourteen, I first came across a Stephen King book. My friend’s dad lent me his copy of Gerald’s Game, and it was love at first sight. 572 more words

Books

World Cup Squad update: Who's hot and who's freezing over

It’s 4 months until England name a provisional squad for Russia 2018 and things have changed quite a bit since the November internationals, so here are the movers and shakers amongst those not yet guaranteed a World Cup spot. 640 more words

Football

Five English players that need a transfer ahead of the 2018 World Cup

IT’S COMING HOME, IT’S COMING, FOOTBALL’S COMING HOME…

One thing England supporters often do (guilty as charged) is get that bit too excited, too quickly every time a European Championship or World Cup tournament comes around, only to be left disappointed by a mediocre display against a country that at least on paper England should defeat and consequently head out of the competition. 1,023 more words

Sports

Should Newcastle look to sign this International goalkeeper?

Newcastle United have been linked with a number of goalkeepers so far this transfer window, with the likes of England number one Joe Hart and former Real Madrid shot-stopper Iker Casillas. 238 more words

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