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Nightingale's Lament by Simon R. Green

Series: Nightside #3 Genre: fantasy, urban fantasy Read date: March 2018 Available: Amazon,  Barnes & Noble Rating: 3.5/5 Author’s website: http://simonrgreen.co.uk/


 No one likes a diva - particularly one who lures her fans to an early grave.  1,139 more words
Book Reviews

Death Shall Come – Simon R. Green

Quite a while ago I had read the first book of the author’s other series, enjoyed it very much, and somehow never got back into his work. 353 more words


Something From the Nightside by Simon R. Green

This is one of those guilty-pleasure books – the kind that turns your brain a little bit to mush and isn’t written particularly well and is rife with gaping plot holes and cliches… and yet dang it if it’s not a weirdly entertaining time. 69 more words

My Fave Books This Year and a GIVEAWAY

TODAY’S BREW: Not quite peppermint mocha time yet

By Julie 

Let’s talk books. Because the world is terrible maybe, and let’s just talk books, okay? Okay! 759 more words

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From A Drood to a Kill: a Secret Histories novel by Simon R. Green

Eddie Drood is searching for his parents, missing since Casino Infernale ( 1,020 more words

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Tales from the Nightside by Simon R. Green

This is a collection of Green’s Nightside short stories, including what the cover says is a new novella, just for this collection. 826 more words


I’m late again. Not going to lie, this one was hard to write. LArgely because a lot of my issues with the book stemmed from spoilery things that were hard to write around and I didn’t want to do a spoiler filled review. 700 more words