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All Darling Children by Katrina Monroe (book review).

March 15, 2017 | By | Reply More
All Darling Children by Katrina Monroe (book review).

Imagine if Peter Pan were real. Imagine ‘All Darling Children’ had been abducted by a boy who refuse to grow up. Imagine a very dark place called Neverland where you can only leave if Peter lets you and that never happens. The grim new novel by Katrina Monroe about the eternal child will make you […]

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Doctor Who And The Zarbi by Bill Strutton (book review).

March 15, 2017 | By | 1 Reply More
Doctor Who And The Zarbi by Bill Strutton (book review).

‘Doctor Who And The Zarbi’ is not a story I am familiar with and I feel sure if I’d seen this as a child it would have haunted me forever. The Doctor and his companions, Ian, Barbara and Vicki, are trapped when the TARDIS is compelled to land on a planet by a mysterious noise […]

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Doctor Who And The Daleks by David Whitaker (book review)

March 13, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who And The Daleks by David Whitaker   (book review)

When the Doctor meets Ian and Barbara for this first time, he decides the sensible thing to do is take them with him to avoid his secret being found out. The fact that he could have deposited them outside the police box and disappeared with his granddaughter Susan never to return is best brushed over […]

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The End Of The World Running Club by Adrian J. Walker (book review).

March 10, 2017 | By | Reply More
The End Of The World Running Club by Adrian J. Walker (book review).

‘When the world is running down, make the best of what’s still around’ could be the mantra for the man, in this novel, ‘The End Of The World Running Club’ by Adrian J. Walker. When several asteroids strike the Earth, it’s the end of the world as we know it and Edgar, who has a […]

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Doctor Who And The Crusaders by David Whitaker (book review)

February 18, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who And The Crusaders by David Whitaker   (book review)

Those of you of a certain vintage will have read ‘Doctor Who And The Crusades’ and probably still have a battered copy. This is a spanking new hardback edition of a book originally issued as written by the scriptwriter David Whitaker of the several lost presumed wiped series of the early ‘Doctor Who’. As a […]

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Class: What She Does Next Will Astound You by James Goss (book review)

February 17, 2017 | By | Reply More
Class: What She Does Next Will Astound You by James Goss  (book review)

Playing with us and using memorable click bait headlines as titles, James Goss has a ball in ‘Class: What She Does Next Will Astound You’ as he asks us what we will do to stop Skandis? Ram is concerned when everyone around him seems keen to do an ice bucket challenge, the whole football team […]

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The Massacre Of Mankind by Stephen Baxter (book review)

January 19, 2017 | By | Reply More
The Massacre Of Mankind by Stephen Baxter   (book review)

‘War Of The Worlds’ was just the beginning. The Martians have returned and this time it is going to be ‘The Massacre Of Mankind’. Set some years after the first invasion, we are introduced to the narrator, Julie Elphinstone, the ex-sister-in-law to the original narrator, journalist Walter Jenkins, who took us through the traumatic events […]

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The Sixth Watch (Volume Six of The Night Watch Series) by Sergei Lukyanenko (book review)

December 22, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Sixth Watch (Volume Six of The Night Watch Series) by Sergei Lukyanenko  (book review)

Higher Light Magician Anton is on the case again. He is under attack from an unknown enemy and, after six books of this, he’s probably had enough. As a higher magician, Anton is sworn to protect humans. He represents the ‘good’ Others, the Night Watch who police the Dark Others who form the Day Watch. […]

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Class: The Stone House by A.K. Benedict (book review).

December 13, 2016 | By | Reply More
Class: The Stone House by A.K. Benedict (book review).

**Bear in mind that these books follow the TV series so it’s best to view that before reading to avoid spoilers.** Tanya is intrigue by the Stone House and she can’t stop going there. You see there’s a girl in the window. You can tell she’s afraid, that she’s trapped and that the house won’t […]

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The Lost Child Of Lychford (Witches Of Lychford book 2) by Paul Cornell (book review).

December 12, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Lost Child Of Lychford (Witches Of Lychford book 2) by Paul Cornell (book review).

We’re not a coven, just three powerful women who encounter ‘The Lost Child Of Lychford’. This is a welcome sequel to ‘The Witches Of Lychford’, where the three encounter some serious power from the other side. In fact, from all sides. This time the women are divided by their experiences, their power lost because each […]

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