BOOK REVIEW: Whispers of Flame

BOOK REVIEW: Whispers of Flame

22 Dec, 2017

We enter a new fantasy world in the young adult novel Whispers of Flame.

Christmas in Sherwood – Michael Praed returns as Robin Hood

Christmas in Sherwood – Michael Praed returns as Robin Hood

22 Dec, 2017

The definitive Robin Hood – Michael Praed, original star of Robin of Sherwood returns to the role for a Christmas audio drama from Spiteful Puppet audio. Read on for more details.

Curl up this winter with Robin of Sherwood Audio Books

Curl up this winter with Robin of Sherwood Audio Books

14 Dec, 2017

In the gap between Knights of the Apocalypse and the forthcoming Robin of Sherwood Audio plays, Spiteful Puppet have released four audio books narrated by members of the original cast. Priced at £5.99 these are sure to warm the mood around that Wintery woodland camp-fire.

BOOK REVIEW: Seventh Decimate

BOOK REVIEW: Seventh Decimate

17 Nov, 2017

The author who sold enough books in the ’80s to give every Scottish person two copies returns, at age seventy, with the first book in a new trilogy. Does he still have the old spark? And what are the implications if the answer to that question is “no”?

BOOK REVIEW: A Matter of Oaths

BOOK REVIEW: A Matter of Oaths

7 Nov, 2017

The short time we spend in this universe is wonderful and it is another fine novel fully deserving of the republishing it is getting.

Interview with Jeff Noon

Interview with Jeff Noon

11 Oct, 2017

Jeff Noon is perhaps best known for his award winning novel Vurt (1993). His latest, A Man of Shadows sees a return to the traditional novel format after a series of experiments in fiction. Jeff kindly agreed to answer a few questions via email about his new book, his writing processes and the future.

BOOK REVIEW: Infinity Wars

BOOK REVIEW: Infinity Wars

15 Sep, 2017

A very strong collection with something in it for everyone. This does indeed showcase some of the best writers in the business looking at an old trope in a new way, as such proving once again the great value of this series.

BOOK REVIEW: Warlock Holmes and the Hellhound of the Baskervilles

BOOK REVIEW: Warlock Holmes and the Hellhound of the Baskervilles

10 Sep, 2017

Warlock Holmes is an idiot. A font of arcane power, certainly, but he’s brilliantly dim. Frankly, he couldn’t deduce his way out of a paper bag. Warlock Holmes and the Hellhound of the Baskervilles is the new book from G.S. Denning

BOOK REVIEW: Crosstalk

BOOK REVIEW: Crosstalk

5 Sep, 2017

Connie Willis is an exceptional genre writer. Her 17 novels and numerous awards testify as much. In Crosstalk she puts her considerable talents to the test in what is described on the cover as a sci-fi rom-com. Wait. For those put off by that tag, let’s examine the evidence.

Moving Target – Green Arrow’s Secret History Revealed

Moving Target – Green Arrow’s Secret History Revealed

29 Aug, 2017

Green Arrow has been around for over 75 years but there has been little published about the history of the character. Until now. SEQUART have published Moving Target, a collection of articles and interviews about the creation of the Emerald Archer.