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Tuf Voyaging by George R.R. Martin (book review).

July 20, 2013 | By | Reply More
Tuf Voyaging by George R.R. Martin (book review).

Most of us are aware of George RR Martin’s fantasy credentials but while you’re waiting for the next instalment from Westeros, why not familiarise yourself with his Science Fiction work? ‘Tuf Voyaging’ is a series of short stories involving trader Haviland Tuf, who finds himself in possession of an ecological engineering ship and decides to […]

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Fiend by Peter Stenson (book review).

July 7, 2013 | By | Reply More
Fiend by Peter Stenson (book review).

The hunger is always there and they’re never satisfied. They’ll do anything to get a taste. No, not zombies, drug addicts. Zombies are just a distraction in Peter Stenson’s ‘Fiend’. Our anti-hero, Chase Daniels, is a meth addict, still pining after an ex-girlfriend who left him when he couldn’t stay clean. He wakes up one […]

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Spooks: Slither’s Tale (The Wardstone Chronicles book 11) by Joseph Delaney (book review).

January 31, 2013 | By | Reply More
Spooks: Slither’s Tale (The Wardstone Chronicles book 11) by Joseph Delaney (book review).

Let us begin with a little bit of numerology, ‘Slither’s Tale’ is the eleventh volume of ‘The Wardstone Chronicles’. It can also be counted as the series’ second book not told by Tom Ward after volume nine, ‘I Am Grimalkin’, and the first book in the series which takes place far north of the Spook-protected […]

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