Monthly Archives: August 2014

Humpty Dumpty Says Fuck You by Alan Spencer

This book is actually surprisingly good. It’s not a long read, you should be able to do it in under an hour. It’s a fresh idea and something I’ve never really come across before. This book puts me in mind … Continue reading

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Chav Killer – The Complete Trilogy by John F Keen

Starting this story, I was unsure as to how good it would be, but intrigued none the less. At the beginning of the book we meet our main character, Greg Black, a man at the end of his tether with … Continue reading

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Forgiven by Nelson Samuels

I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book and if I’m honest I’d say it’s probably the tamest and least sweary Samuels book I’ve read. I would also hand on heart say it’s easily the best Samuels book I’ve … Continue reading

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Bentwhistle The Dragon in: A Threat from the Past by Paul Cude

This story begins with the story of George and the Dragon as it is told to young dragons growing up in the nursery ring, and what a beginning it is! The opening really pulled me in to the story, I’ve … Continue reading

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ALS Awareness.

I‘m posting this to raise awareness of Amyotrophic Lateral Schlerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Unfortunately, as much as the “Ice Bucket Challenge” came about through a wish to raise awareness and money for the cause what they clearly … Continue reading

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My Deadly Obsession by Matt Shaw

My Deadly Obsession is a short story by Matt Shaw. It outlines the dangers in the media coverage that celebrities now receive and one man’s struggle with an Obsession this media coverage is feeding. I would be lying if I … Continue reading

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The Man in The Fire by Brian Harmon

The Man in The Fire is only a short story, something to read in the bath or on a bus. Even just to read when having a break with a mug of coffee. What I like about this book is … Continue reading

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