B|t|B: Steampunk Week – Interview with Steampunk Author & Tea enthusiast Gail Carriger

Hello fellow Book worms and Page turners, and welcome back to Steampunk Week, today's interview post will be with non other then the¬†Queen of Steampunk herself Gail Carriger! truly a lady who needs no real introduction (but i'm going to give her one anyway!) Bestselling author Gail Carriger writes to cope with being raised in … Continue reading B|t|B: Steampunk Week – Interview with Steampunk Author & Tea enthusiast Gail Carriger

B|t|B : Book Review – The Tattered Banner by Duncan M Hamilton

Title: The Tattered Banner Author: Duncan M Hamilton Number of Pages : 372 Published : 2nd March 2013 ******************************This Review contains Spoilers ******************************* This is not your typical peasant to grand hero Arch, you know "orphan beggar with mysterious powers plucked from squalor and soon a noble hero" ATLEAST at first. Hamilton¬†avoids a lot of … Continue reading B|t|B : Book Review – The Tattered Banner by Duncan M Hamilton

B|t|B: Books that should be made into a Film or TV Series #3

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

B|t|B: Book Review – Magic Kingdom For Sale/Sold! by Terry Brooks

Title: Magic Kingdom For Sale/Sold! Author: Terry Brooks Page Count: 324 Published : April 1st 1992 by Orbit (first published January 1st 1986) ***Warning Review Contains Spoilers*** I first read this book when I was round about 11, it was one of the very first Fantasy books I had read as a child on my … Continue reading B|t|B: Book Review – Magic Kingdom For Sale/Sold! by Terry Brooks

B|t|B: Book + TV Series Review – Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke

***Warning Review Contains Spoilers*** I couldn't have been more excited when I saw that the BBC was creating a live action series based on the Susanna Clarke novel, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell. In my opinion it is a great work of fiction, the novel is an urban fantasy, set in the 1800's during the … Continue reading B|t|B: Book + TV Series Review – Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke