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Andrew Angel
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Fallen Angel by Matthew Blakstad
Sean is a computer genius, Jon is an artistic 'man of the moment' and together they are in more than a bit of bother. Told in flashback between the mid 1990s and the 2000 Dot Com Crash this E-novella is good fun (if a little 'tech confusing' at times). It i...

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Thoughts on Adrian Albert Mole
So, this week (April 2nd 2017 to be precise) sees what would have been the 50th birthday of one of my favourite fictional characters - Adrian Albert Mole, Diarist Extraordinaire and voice of a generation. I've been a fan of the Mole diaries since they first...

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Warm, Dark Places Are Best by Mike Duke
Times are not good for Carl and Jessica. He's already on disability payment and finances are 'stretched' at best. When they move into a new, cockroach infested apartment block they are surprised to find the only roach free apartment is theirs. When they fin...

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The Legion of Regrettable Super Villains by Jon Morris
It is a fact of life that every Superhero needs a Supervillain, or preferably a whole host of them, in order to keep them in the business of, well, being a Superhero. It is no good being a mild mannered reporter, reclusive millionaire etc by day and Guardia...

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Nigel: My family and other dogs - pre review thoughts
It is not often that I read biographies and even rarer that I read ones that heavily feature animals. The last was probably Marley and Me, and that absolutely wrecked me. With 'Nigel' though, I feel I am on fairly safe ground. I know he's had injury problem...

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C21st Gods by David Tallerman
If I'm being honest I don't usually bother with comics and graphic novels just because they go by so fast. This one has the name of David Tallerman on the cover so I decided to give it a go - and I am glad I did. While investigating a series of gruesome mur...

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The Hammer and The Goat by Peter Newman
This novella is set during the timeline of Peter Newman's debut novel ' The Vagrant' so before you read this you really ought to read that. The story works as a backstory to one of the novel's characters, The Hammer Who Walks, with The Goat...well, The Goat...

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Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames
I'll be honest, I've had my eye on this ever since I clapped eyes on the cover a few months ago... and I'm pleased to say it didn't disappoint. As the story starts we meet our lead hero, Clay 'Slowhand' Cooper, former member of the titular Kings of the Wyld...

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The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen by Hope Nicholas - A Review
So, this is what I have been dipping into for the last few weeks. The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen (subtitled 'Awesome Female Characters From Comic Book History') is one of those books that is exactly what the title says it is. What we have here is ...

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Review Copies In The Post Today
 First up was this set of collectable cards that accompany the book (which is quite wonderful and be reviewed on here soon) from Quirk Books.  Next through the letterbox was 'Hunger Makes The Wolf' from Angry Robot Books (which looks a whole lot of fun 😁) ...
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