Deeply Odd (Odd Tom Series Book #6) Book Review: Deeply Odd also goes a long way to fleshing out the wider world Odd lives in. The story goes a lot more into what Odd is actually up against as he travels
As Halloween approaches we’ve been thinking about the villains that lurk in the shadows of some of our favourite books. A superb villain can define a work of fiction, sometimes even more than a great protagonist (what would the original Star
NOS4A2 By Joe Hill - Book Review: Joe Hill writes horror. This is an important thing to know before going into NOS4A2 (or NOS4R2 depending on where you live), because for the first little while you could be forgiven for thinking
Broken Homes - Book Review: If I had to sum up this book in one sentence it would be "I did not see that coming."
Broken Homes is the fourth book in Ben Aaronovitch's urban fantasy series Rivers of London. The first
Necessary Evil by Ian Tregillis - Book Review: We never even actually see an Eidolon; we're just treated to the effects of its presence. It's a very effective trick and the story is much better for it. There is a particular