Good Morning My Fellow Bookworms and Page Turners, It has been a while since we have had a guest on the blog, but I was lucky enough to persuade Peter Mclean to join us for a quick chat about his current ongoing series, War for the Rose Throne, as well as a little about his … Continue reading B|t|B : An Interview with ‘The Godfather’ of Fantasy Mr Peter Mclean.
Written by Simon Spurrier Art by Jeff Stokely The Spire is a mountain of metal and stone that rises out of the middle of the desert, containing a vast city of twisting tunnels, grinding elevators, ancient machinery, and is home to over a million human and non-human residents. Shå, the last of the Medusi, is … Continue reading B|t|B: Comic Book Review – The Spire by Simon Spurrier & Jeff Stokely
Title: The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack Author: Mark Hodder Number of Pages: 371 Published: Jan 1st 2010 by Pyr The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack is the first in a series of called Burton & Swinburne by Mark Hodder. The book series follows the exploits of one fictionalized Sir Richard Francis Burton, … Continue reading B|t|B : Steampunk Week – Book Review : The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack by Mark Hodder
Hello again my fellow bookworms and page turners. wow! Crime Week was such a rush, and seemed to go down very well with most of you! Besides nearly drowning myself in coffee and manic claw typing hands.. I came out of the ordeal mostly unharmed! That being the fact, I have decided to make special … Continue reading B|t|B: *Trumpet sounds* Steampunk Week Announcement!
Title: The Troupe Author: Robert Jackson Bennet Page Number: 500 Publisher: February 21st 2012 by Orbit The Troupe is the first novel that I have read by Bennet, and I have to say it did not disappoint. The Troupe is a very bold and enthralling magical horror adventure. At its heart, this book is a … Continue reading B|t|B : Book Review – The Troupe by Robert Jackson Bennet
Necroscope Novels by Brian Lumley The Story The protagonist Harry Keogh is no normal human, he has an unusually high intellect, keen fighting abilities and oh yea he can see dead people, as you can imagine in a modern day United Kingdom this may pose t be a problem. However Harry discovers that the dead … Continue reading B|t|B: Books that should be made into a Film or TV Series #3
Skull Duggery Pleasant by Derek Landry The Story Skulduggery Pleasant is Derek Landy's phenomenal 8 book YA series (10 if you include 6.5 & 7.5), the series follows the antics of the two main characters, Stephanie Edgley, a very unusual and darkly talented teen, who just so happens to be one of the only surviving descendants of … Continue reading B|t|B: Books that should be made into a Film or TV Series #2
Hello fellow Book worms and Page turners, Today post is a compelling interview with the lovely and endearing author of crime, Amanda Jennings. I first came across Amanda's work earlier this year when it was suggested to me by a family member, and then again at the Brit-Crime festival earlier this month, and despite it … Continue reading B|t|B: Crime Week Extra :Interview with Amanda Jennings, Author of The Judas Scar
Title: Gargoyle Knight Author: William Massa Number of Pages: 220 Published: 23rd January 2014 by Createspace I have to admit, I did like this book I really did, but I am not sure I liked it for all of the right reasons. The introduction to this story was amazing, it set up a great background and … Continue reading B|t|B :Book Review – Gargoyle Knight by William Massa
Title: Eleven Days Author: Stav Sherez No. of pages: 368 Published: May 2nd 2013 by Faber and Faber Hello my fellow bookworms and page turners. I hope you are enjoying my Crime week! this post we are going to be looking at Eleven days, which is book two the Carrigan and Miller series written expertly by Stav Sherez. … Continue reading B|t|B : Crime Week Book Review : Eleven Days by Stav Sherez