Warriors of Ultramar – Graham McNeill

Title: Warriors of UltramarAuthor: Graham McNeillPublished by: Black LibraryPublication date: March 2003Genre: Science-Fiction/WarPages: 317Format: PaperbackSource: Personal Collection Buy the Book: Amazon Buy the Book: Black Library This book was recommended to me by Battle Dave on Twitter due to my interest in the Mortifactors successor chapter, but no review of anything is completely unbiased, so I'll write my thoughts regardless.... Continue Reading →

The stuff of Nightmares – Malorie Blackman

Title: The Stuff of NightmaresAuthor: Malorie BlackmanPublished by: Corgi Childrens Publication date:  3 July 2008Genre: Young Adult - HorrorPages:  352Format: PaperbackSource: Personal collection - Charity shop find. Buy the book - Amazon Kyle is on a school trip with his friends when the train has a tragic accident, but that's just the start of his worries. His friends unconscious... Continue Reading →

Plague of the Manitou – Graham Masterton

Title: Plague of the ManitouAuthor: Graham MastertonPublished by: Severn House PublishersPublication date: April 30, 2015Genre: HorrorPages: 256Format: HardbackSource: Bury Library Buy the book  - Amazon I am a big fan of Graham Mastertons literary works. I have been for some time now; I was originally introduced to his novels by my Ex - and it's one of the... Continue Reading →

The Scarlet Gospels – Clive Barker

Title: The Scarlet GospelsAuthor: Clive BarkerPublished by: St. Martin's PressPublication date: May 19, 2015Genre: Horror FantasyPages: 368Format: HardbackSource: Bury Library Buy the book - Amazon Buy the book - Kobo I honestly do not think that there was a book I have been more excited to read! Ever! I've been something of a fan of Lead Cenobite and his... Continue Reading →

Never let me go – Kazuo Ishiguro

Title: Never let me goAuthor: Kazuo IshiguroPublished by: Faber & FaberPublication date: Feb 25th, 2005Genre: Sci-Fi & DramaPages: 288Format: PaperbackSource: Personal collection Buy the book - Amazon Buy the book - Kobo I was originally lent this book by my sister as research for my University Dissertation about Organ Harvesting in Popular Culture and the feasibility of it becoming... Continue Reading →

Fangirl – Jill Robi

Title: FangirlAuthor: Jill RobiPublished by:CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformPublication date: August 17, 2012Genre: RomancePages: 194Format: eBookSource: Kobo Buy the Book – Amazon Buy the Book – Kobo I stumbled upon this book completely by accident. I have had a voucher for WH Smiths/Kobo for over a year now and on my reading list was Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell - but I've heard mixed... Continue Reading →

Eldar Sketchbook

Today was the local Games Workshops Store Birthday, which is always a fun treat. Usually featuring a heap of cake and fun games for those that want to be involved. Earlier this week they announced something that really piqued my interest. They had some Eldar Sketchbooks on offer. A limited edition art book (which I... Continue Reading →

Movie Review – Creed

I've been meaning to watch Creed since it came out at the cinema, but for some reason I never got round to it. Maybe because it's not the sort of film my partner would enjoy - having never seen the rest of the series - and to be completely honest I wasn't so sure the... Continue Reading →

The Elder Scrolls Online – Early thoughts

I am pretty sure at some point in my life I vowed never to play an online MMO again, but The Elder Scrolls Online came recommended during a family visit and I was shown a little sneak peak so thought I would give it a go; what's the worst that could happen? I waste the... Continue Reading →

International what day now!?

According to the wonderfully reliable source that is Twitter, apparently yesterday was 'International Fangirl Day.' If I had known sooner then I would certainly have made a bigger celebration of it. The fact that at Thirty I am still able to be a fangirl is such a wonderful thing. No. Really it is! The fact... Continue Reading →

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