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Book Review: Something from the Nightside by Simon R. Green

Something from the Nightside

Nightside #1

by Simon R. Green

genre: dark fantasy

Summary from Goodreads

John Taylor is not a private detective per se… 378 more words


From a Drood to a Kill

Obligatory SPOILERS message be here. This book just came out so if you haven’t read it, skip this review.

Ah Simon. I do adore your writing. 1,031 more words


Audiobook Review: Something from the Nightside

Something from the Nightside, book 1 of the Nightside series
Written by Simon R. Green
Narrated by: Marc Vietor
Rating: 5/5

Do you like the… 436 more words


Reading Journal for May: So many quests...

(44) The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman

An interesting, brief, novel. I reviewed this in an earlier post.

(45-54) Nightingale’s Lament, Hex and the City, Paths Not Taken, Sharper than A Serpent’s Tooth, Hell to Pay, The Unnatural Enquirer, Just Another Judgement Day, The Good the Bad and the Uncanny, A Hard Day’s Knight and The Bride Wore Black Leather by Simon R Green. 584 more words

Fantasy And Science Fiction

Shadow's Fall

The of the many things I love about Simon R. Green is that his novels, even if they are stand alone books, are all interconnected in some way. 434 more words


Read Recently -- March 2015 -- Horror

Maplecroft: the Borden dispatches by Cherie Priest

I always believed Lizzie Borden was innocent. Okay, not always. I mean, there was a portion of my life when I was unaware of the existence of Borden and her alleged crime; but somehow I got into true crime at a young age and read up on the case; I am convinced that had I been on that jury I would have voted to acquit. 928 more words