A ramble about David Mitchell’s latest book, now out in the UK in paperback.
A quick ramble about the short thriller published in 1992.
A quick look at Bernard Cornwell’s fourth nautical thriller. First published in 1991 and showing all its 30 years of age.
Troy is everything I had been hoping for after reading Stephen Fry’s other Greek mythology books – Mythos and Heroes.
On Writing is half autobiography and half book of advice on how to write. His toolbox might not suit everyone wanting to write a novel but you should read it anyhow.
Two cities exist in the same time and space and the inhabitants follow strict rules to avoid bumping into each other, under the watchful eye of the Breach.
My reaction to the first novel by Quentin Tarantino based on his movie.
Record of a Spaceborn Few is the third book in Becky Chambers’ Hugo-award winning Wayfarers sci-fi series.
The story of two rival drugs Can-D and Chew-Z used by settlers on Mars and the god-like figure of Palmer Eldritch who pervades their trips.
Heretic follows on from Vagabond and Harlequin. Here is a breakdown of the supposed final book in what was originally the Grail Quest trilogy, until 1356 was published.