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February Reading Roundup

The Fifth Elephant by Terry Pratchett
It’s been a while since I’ve read of Pratchett’s Discworld books. The early books are irreverent and ridiculous, the latter more structured and story driven. 790 more words


Trying to Read "Hex and the City"

It’s been a couple years since my last visit to the Nightside, and that is the only factor I can think of to explain how disconnected I felt from Simon Green’s supernatural noir series when I jumped back into it with the fourth book,  491 more words


A Trip to the Dark Side

No, not that dark side. This isn’t a Star Wars post (and though I’m a Trekkie to the core, the new Star Wars is awesome. Go see it!). 501 more words


Full Review - Once in a Blue Moon, by Simon R Green

Once in a Blue Moon, Forest Kingdom #5, by Simon R Green

Blue Moon Rising, by Simon R Green, was the book that first got me into fantasy over twenty years ago. 1,152 more words

Book Reviews

The Protag Who Knew Too Much

I mentioned in my last post that I had been listening to Simon R. Green’s novel, Something From the Nightside. Well, I finished it, and I can’t say I’ll be continuing with the series. 945 more words



The first season of Amazing Race while in Delhi beggars swarmed the contests car and in the crowd there was a a child reaching for money this child was blind. 93 more words

Movie Reviews 101 Midnight Horror - Judas Ghost (2013)

Director: Simon Pearce

Writer: Simon R Green (Screenplay)

Starring: Martin Delaney, Lucy Cudden, Simon Merrells, Alexander Perkins, Grahame Fox


Plot: A team of professional ghost finders are trapped in an old village hall. 706 more words