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Queen Of Shadows (Throne Of Glass book 4) by Sarah J Maas (book review).

June 20, 2018 | By | Reply More
Queen Of Shadows (Throne Of Glass book 4) by Sarah J Maas (book review).

‘Queen Of Shadows’ is book four in the ‘Throne Of Glass’ series by Sarah J Maas, I believe this will eventually be a seven book series with other added novellas. This is her series about Celaena Sardothien. In this book, Celaena Sardothien has returned to Rifthold but, this time as her own person, no longer […]

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Obsidio – The Illuminae Files part 3 by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff (book review).

June 19, 2018 | By | Reply More
Obsidio – The Illuminae Files part 3 by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff (book review).

‘Obsidio’ is the third and final book in ‘The Illuminae Files’. Please don’t read this review unless you’ve read Illuminae’ and ‘Gemina’, or there may be spoilers and most of it probably won’t make much sense to you neither. This time, along with some of the people from books one and two, we are following […]

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Where Angels Fear To Tread (a Remy Chandler novel book 4) by Thomas E Sniegoski (book review).

June 19, 2018 | By | Reply More
Where Angels Fear To Tread (a Remy Chandler novel book 4) by Thomas E Sniegoski (book review).

Remy Chandler is a detective. This is a marked change from his former life as a warrior angel and God’s right fist. Day to day, he struggles to control the angel which lives semi-dormant in his human body. His supernatural nature means he is able to handle the more out-there cases. He can move between […]

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Dancing On The Head Of A Pin (a Remy Chandler novel book 2) by Thomas E Sniegoski (book review).

June 18, 2018 | By | Reply More
Dancing On The Head Of A Pin (a Remy Chandler novel book 2) by Thomas E Sniegoski (book review).

Angels are amongst us and, in the case of Remy ‘Remiel’ Chandler, working as a private detective in Boston. Along with the regular cases, Remy seems to have a large number of the weird and unusual to deal with. The latest case concerns missing weapons with supernatural powers. It seems someone is using divine and […]

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SF author Harry Turtledove signs up with John Jarrold Literary Agency (news).

June 16, 2018 | By | Reply More
SF author Harry Turtledove signs up with John Jarrold Literary Agency (news).

SF and Fantasy novelist Harry Turtledove has joined the John Jarrold Literary Agency for UK and Commonwealth rights. Publisher’s Weekly dubbed Turtledove “The Master of Alternate History”. Within that genre, he is known for creating a variety of alternative history novel counterfactuals, such as survival of the Byzantine Empire or an alien invasion in the […]

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3 Of A Perfekt Pear by Daniel C. Smith (ebook review).

June 15, 2018 | By | Reply More
3 Of A Perfekt Pear by Daniel C. Smith (ebook review).

This little book contains three stories by Daniel C. Smith, all of which were first published in ‘The Fifth Di…’. Nomadic Delirium Press has an enlightened policy of putting out these one author collections so that readers who like the writer can garner a bunch of his stuff cheap. I like Daniel C. Smith. As […]

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After Atlas (Planetfall book 2) by Emma Newman (book review).

June 15, 2018 | By | Reply More
After Atlas (Planetfall book 2) by Emma Newman (book review).

‘Planetfall’ was a fabulously engaging novel of deep characterisation and otherworldy intrigue that left me highly impressed. ‘After Atlas’ and ‘Before Mars’ are both dubbed as ‘Planetfall’ novels, as they are set in the same universe, but the stories are seemingly unconnected other than a shared background and references to the departure of Atlas, the […]

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The Tulku Of Titan And The Terror Of Titan by Mike Morgan (ebook review).

June 15, 2018 | By | 1 Reply More
The Tulku Of Titan And The Terror Of Titan by Mike Morgan (ebook review).

‘The Tulku Of Titan And The Terror Of Titan’ is a short book so I won’t have a lot to say. I picked it up because I have read and enjoyed Mike Morgan’s stories in various magazines. This batch of two stories was put out by Nomadic Delirium Press, who bundle up works previously published […]

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Out In The Open by Jesús Carrasco and Javi Rey (graphic novel review).

June 12, 2018 | By | Reply More
Out In The Open by Jesús Carrasco and Javi Rey (graphic novel review).

My girlfriend wouldn’t have got past page one, the hanging dog. I mention this because if you’re the sort of person that wouldn’t get past page one you’ll regret buying the book and I don’t want to mislead anyone. If you’re not fazed by that and worse then it’s a good read about finding some […]

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Forever And A Day by Anthony Horowitz (book review).

June 12, 2018 | By | Reply More
Forever And A Day by Anthony Horowitz (book review).

After crafting a ‘sequel’ to Ian Fleming’s ‘Goldfinger’ (see more at https://www.sfcrowsnest.info/trigger-mortis-by-anthony-horowitz-book-review/), Anthony Horowitz continues to extend the literary Bond universe with a prequel to Bond’s first literary outing ‘Casino Royale’. The pleasures promised by ‘Forever And A Day’ are, aside from the usual heady mix of sex, sadism and sensory overload, in seeing how […]

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