The Revolutions. Book Review

October 14, 2014

THE REVOLUTIONS by Felix Gilman Tor, p/b, 413pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Catherine Mann Arthur Shaw, a scientific journalistic of limited means and aspiring crime writer, is [...]

Crown of Renewal. Book Review

October 14, 2014

CROWN OF RENEWAL by Elizabeth Moon Orbit, p/b, 501pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan It doesn’t auger well for a book when the author herself says in the forward that if [...]

The Forever Watch. Book Review

October 14, 2014

THE FOREVER WATCH by David Ramirez Hodder & Stoughton, h/b, 336pp, £16.99 Reviewed by Martin Willoughby This is an orchestral book: starts slow, but builds into a [...]

Red Shift. Film Review

October 14, 2014

RED SHIFT DIRECTOR: John Mackenzie SCREENPLAY: Alan Garner STARRING: Stephen Petcher, Lesley Dunlop, Andrew Byatt, Charles Bolton RUNTIME: 75mins CERTIFICATE: 12 Reviewed by [...]

Day of the Mummy. Film Review

October 14, 2014

DAY OF THE MUMMY DIRECTOR: Johnny Tabor SCREENPLAY: Garry Charles STARRING: Danny Glover (ish), William McNamara (ish), Andrea Monier RUNTIME: 76mins CERTIFICATE: 15 Reviewed [...]

The Adjacent. Book Review

September 24, 2014

THE ADJACENT by Christopher Priest Gollancz, p/b, 419pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan While some writers are quite happy to plough a furrow in which aspects of their [...]

The Captive. Film Review

September 18, 2014

THE CAPTIVE DIRECTOR: Luke Massey SCREENPLAY: Luke Massey & Benjamin Read STARRING: Joseph Morgan, Matt Ryan, William Troughton RUNNING TIME: 82 Mins CERTIFICATE: 15 [...]

The Relic Guild. Book Review

September 17, 2014

THE RELIC GUILD by Edward Cox Gollancz, h/b, 432pp, £20 Reviewed by Richard Webb (@RaW_writing) The Relic Guild, the debut novel from Edward Cox, is all kinds of magic: [...]
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