Dearly Devoted Dexter by Jeff Lindsay Review

This is our review of the second book in the Dexter series. Check out our review of Darkly Dreaming Dexter before continuing. This second instalment of Jeff Lindsay‚Äôs hugely popular Dexter series sees the charming serial killer become a loving family man who must track down two mysterious murderers to satisfy his dark passenger. Dearly Devoted Dexter sees the titular character hunt down Reiker, the … Continue reading Dearly Devoted Dexter by Jeff Lindsay Review

Nevada Noir by David Arrowsmith Review

Nevada Noir by David Arrowsmith is a collection of three intriguing stories set in, of course, Nevada. These stories are not simply separate entities though, they are interlinked and connected throughout, they are connected through characters, plot, and the theme of death. Death is an ever-present figure throughout these stories, its dark fingers manipulating the events and leading to a twisted finale. Arrowsmith is a … Continue reading Nevada Noir by David Arrowsmith Review

The Eagle’s Conquest by Simon Scarrow Review

This is the second book in Scarrow’s Eagles of the Empire series, you can check out our review on the first book here. The Eagle’s Conquest is an all-round tighter and more succinct novel than it’s predecessor. Scarrow still mixes in his gripping heart pounding battle scenes with the more sedate and slightly boring political intrigue but at least this time around the focus is … Continue reading The Eagle’s Conquest by Simon Scarrow Review

Darkly Dreaming Dexter Review

Darkly Dreaming Dexter is one of the most unique and bizarre serial killer novels you will ever find. Our protagonist, can’t quite call him our hero, is a sociopathic murderer with a twist, he has a conscience, or at least a moral code. He will only kill the guilty, the people who have escaped justice. This is a greatly entertaining novel with a surprisingly charming … Continue reading Darkly Dreaming Dexter Review

Find Me by Anne Fraiser Review

Infamous serial killer Benjamin Fisher has finally agreed to lead detective Daniel Ellis to the graves of his victims. There’s just one catch, he’ll only do it if his estranged daughter, former FBI profiler Reni Fisher, joins them. Reni can’t say no, she feels complicit in those bloody crimes. Her father would use her to lure unsuspecting women to their untimely deaths. Reni wants closure, … Continue reading Find Me by Anne Fraiser Review

Animal Farm by George Orwell Review

Animal Farm is an allegorical tale about intelligent animals that overthrow their ruling farmers and set about creating a society of equals. Yet this co-operative doesn’t quite work out as well as it did on paper. You see some of the animals recieve a bigger share of the spoils than others do and some of the animals begin to question this supposed utopia. It doesn’t … Continue reading Animal Farm by George Orwell Review

On Ghosts by Mary Shelley Review

When I tell you the name Mary Shelly what do you immediately think of? If you are anything like me then the countless remakes of the much loved and brilliant Frankenstein will be paramount in your mind at the mere mention of her name. Which is why it’s little wonder that her other novels remain almost unknown. Is it perhaps because her other books dont … Continue reading On Ghosts by Mary Shelley Review

Deception Point by Dan Brown Review

Dan Brown’s Deception Point is very different from his much more famous series that all began with Da Vinci Code. When a NASA satellite detects evidence of a meteor buried deep within the Arctic ice the struggling agency declares a much needed victory, a victory that has profound implications for their future and that of US space policy, not to mention the looming US presidential … Continue reading Deception Point by Dan Brown Review

The Amulet of Samarkand Review

The Amulet of Samarkand is a very unique novel, and one that bridges the gap between children’s and young adult fiction with great success. This is the story of an ambitious but young magician and an ancient exasperated demon bound to do this childs bidding. For children this is a nice challenging read, and for adults it’s a witty, fast paced adventure tale with plenty … Continue reading The Amulet of Samarkand Review

Sorcerer’s Duel Review

Before you read this review I’d suggest checking out my thoughts on the first book in the series. W H Cann brings back Grogaan and his friends to take us on a brand new adventure into the heart of the inky darkness of space. This time Grogaan and his soul-mate Ellarna learn to harness their magic and train to become Guardians. This is not a … Continue reading Sorcerer’s Duel Review