Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Torture of Girth by Nicholas Tillemans

The Torture of Girth is definitely the strangest book I’ve read since.. well.. since Nick’s last book! Acetone Enema. Some of you may remember my review of Acetone Enema, if not and you’d like to have a read here it … Continue reading

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The Peeling Book 4: The Lights by Iain Rob Wright.

As you may have noticed from previous reviews, I really like The Peeling series. In fact, I own a signed copy of The Peeling Trilogy and Iain Rob Wright is amongst my favourite authors. So, this is a bit awkward! … Continue reading

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Central Outbreak Response: Genesis by RJ Kennett

 COR: Genesis is a Zombie story set in America. In vast contrast the the book I recently reviewed; Ian Woodhead’s The Unwashed Dead, which was very British, COR is very American. I think the prospect of survival in an undead … Continue reading

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Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones

It’s World Book Day! What better way to celebrate than to review not only a fantastic book, but one that was made into an anime by Studio Ghibli?? Howl’s Moving Castle has become extremely popular as the Studio Ghibli Anime, but … Continue reading

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I Was Kidnapped by Lesbian Pirates from Outer Space #1 by Megan Rose Gedris

In this series of comic books, available on Kindle, you will embark on a quirky, out of this world, adventure which is sure to make you smile. With illustrations which put me in mind of Roy Lichtenstein’s pop art, each … Continue reading

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