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Author Archive: Supreethi Selvam

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The Truth Is A Cave In The Black Mountains by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Eddie Campbell (book review)

November 30, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Truth Is A Cave In The Black Mountains by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Eddie Campbell  (book review)

‘The Truth Is A Cave In The Black Mountains’ is an illustrated novelette set in the Isle of Skye written by Neil Gaiman. The story follows the journey of a dwarf who hires a guide, Calum MacInnes, to take him to the cave in the black mountains. The cave itself contains golden treasure but the […]

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The Ocean At The End Of The Lane by Neil Gaiman (book review).

October 28, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Ocean At The End Of The Lane by Neil Gaiman (book review).

‘The Ocean At The End Of The Lane’ by Neil Gaiman is narrated by a middle-aged man whose name is never mentioned who, after a funeral, drives to his childhood home and remembers his life as a seven year-old and his friendship with Lettie Hempstock. After a opal miner with money problems commits suicide in […]

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Glass Sword (The Red Queen book 2) by Victoria Aveyard (book review)

October 27, 2016 | By | Reply More
Glass Sword (The Red Queen book 2) by Victoria Aveyard  (book review)

‘Glass Sword’ is the second book in ‘The Red Queen’ series by Victoria Aveyard. The series is set in a futuristic world, a thousand years after a nuclear holocaust where there are now two different types of humans, Reds and Silvers. Reds are regular humans with red blood and the Silvers have super-human powers and […]

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Red Queen (The Red Queen series book 1) by Victoria Aveyard (book review).

October 26, 2016 | By | Reply More
Red Queen (The Red Queen series book 1) by Victoria Aveyard (book review).

‘Red Queen’ by Victoria Aveyard is first book in ‘The Red Queen’ series. It is a fantasy novel set in the world hundreds of years from now after a nuclear holocaust. The world now has two distinct species of people, the Reds and the Silvers. The Reds are red-blooded humans like us whilst the Silvers […]

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The God Engines by John Scalzi (book review).

October 26, 2016 | By | Reply More
The God Engines by John Scalzi (book review).

‘The God Engines’ is a standalone novel fantasy novel set in space. Ean Tephe is the Captain of The Righteous, a spaceship powered by an enslaved god that is tortured into moving the ship through space. Tephe and his crew are devout followers of their own god who has subjugated other gods and placed them […]

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The Queen Of The Tearling (book 1) by Erika Johansen (book review).

October 1, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Queen Of The Tearling (book 1) by Erika Johansen (book review).

‘The Queen Of The Tearling’ is the first book in a trilogy by Erika Johansen about Kelsea Glynn, the heir to the throne of the Tearling. Kelsea has been raised by foster parents, Barty and Carlin, in seclusion till her nineteenth birthday, kept safe from her uncle, the Regent, who would kill her to ascend […]

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May Contain Traces Of Magic by Tom Holt (book review).

September 30, 2016 | By | Reply More
May Contain Traces Of Magic by Tom Holt (book review).

‘May Contain Traces of Magic’ by Tom Holt is a comic fantasy book about travelling salesman Chris Popham. He lives in a version of our world where there are few who know about magic and can practice it. Chris is a salesman of magical artefacts and sells things like portable parking spaces, powdered water and […]

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Black Wolves (The Black Wolves trilogy book 1) by Kate Elliott (book review).

September 30, 2016 | By | Reply More
Black Wolves (The Black Wolves trilogy book 1) by Kate Elliott (book review).

‘Black Wolves’ is the first book in ‘The Black Wolves’ trilogy, set in the same world as another trilogy of Kate Elliott’s called ‘Crossroads’. ‘Black Wolves’ can be read without reading the previous books, having said that, there are quite a few characters that are introduced in this book that have a larger role in […]

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