BOOK REVIEW: The Ninth Rain by Jen Williams

BOOK REVIEW: The Ninth Rain by Jen Williams

20 Feb, 2017

A must-read for fantasy fans.

BOOK REVIEW: 13 Minutes by Sarah Pinborough

BOOK REVIEW: 13 Minutes by Sarah Pinborough

15 Feb, 2017

From multi award-winning author and script writer Sarah Pinborough, 13 Minutes is a thrilling psychological YA thriller about our most important relationships and what we really know about the people closest to us. A novel about manipulation and the power of the truth in the age of the smart phone and social media, 13 Minutes is a must read for teenagers and fans of enthralling domestic noir.

BOOK REVIEW: 2000 AD’s Greatest: Celebrating Forty Years

BOOK REVIEW: 2000 AD’s Greatest: Celebrating Forty Years

5 Feb, 2017

Coincident with iconic British anthology comic 2000 AD’s anniversary celebrations, a number of commemorative publications from Rebellion Publishing including the anomalous anthology, 2000 AD’s Greatest: Celebrating Forty Years.

BOOK REVIEW: The Mighty One: My Life Inside the Nerve Centre

BOOK REVIEW: The Mighty One: My Life Inside the Nerve Centre

2 Feb, 2017

As 2000 AD prepares to celebrate its fortieth anniversary, the man who oversaw the comic’s ‘golden age’ as editor, Steve MacManus, takes us past the marbled reception and down the long, dark corridors of Fleetway House circa 1973 with his engaging memoir, The Mighty One: My Life Inside the Nerve Centre.

SFFH Books Coming To A Bookstore Near You Soon!

SFFH Books Coming To A Bookstore Near You Soon!

25 Jan, 2017

My most anticipated science fiction, fantasy and horror books due out soon – tell us what yours are!

Gamer Confession: I Still Love Adventure Gamebooks

Gamer Confession: I Still Love Adventure Gamebooks

16 Jan, 2017

Find out why The Next Level’s Ant has such a fondness for Adventure Gamebooks and how mobile devices have helped keep this love going. There are also some digital gamebook recommendations here.

BOOK REVIEW: Children of Lovecraft

BOOK REVIEW: Children of Lovecraft

15 Jan, 2017

“The Call Of Cthulhu” was born at roughly the same time as Mel Brooks. How can you take something that’s been around for so long and keep it fresh? Children of Lovecraft suggests one obvious route: stop making everything be about old white guys. (Note: this approach will not work if applied to Mel Brooks.)

Richard Adams: A Tribute

Richard Adams: A Tribute

29 Dec, 2016

A tribute to the author of Watership Down.

BOOK REVIEW: The Geek Guide to Life

BOOK REVIEW: The Geek Guide to Life

1 Dec, 2016

When should you buy an airline ticket to get the best price? Should you change lanes in a traffic jam? Where should you sit in the movies to get the best view? The answers to all these essential questions and many more can be found in the Geek Guide to Life, a manual on how to win in life by harnessing the power of science.

HALLOWEEN FEATURE: Trick or Treat?

HALLOWEEN FEATURE: Trick or Treat?

31 Oct, 2016

We take a look at some of our favourite scary stories from this year.