Monthly Archives: May 2015

Review for Ultra Violence by Mark Barry

I don’t think I’ve read a novel written in the second person before but I really liked it and thought it suited the storyline of Ultra Violence perfectly adding a direct, in the moment feel to the whole book. Barry’s … Continue reading

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Review for The Paradise Trees by Linda Huber

I was gripped from the first page of The Paradise Trees when ‘The Stranger’ appears. His is a very creepy voice in this story where Alicia and her daughter, Jenny, return to Alicia’s fathers’ home to help care for him. … Continue reading

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Review for Rock’n’Roll Suicide by Geoffrey David West

I finished Rock’n’Roll Suicide in the early hours of this morning clearly having no respect for everything I have to do today. West’s well written descriptions of his settings, situations and characters are beautiful and realistic. Jack Lockwood is very likeable and … Continue reading

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Review for Doppelganger by Geoffrey David West

Having read West’s previous book, Rock’n’Roll Suicide (reviewed here), I’d been looking forward to reading Doppelganger and whilst you can sometimes be left feeling disappointed by a sequel I certainly wasn’t with this one. A strapline on the front cover intriguingly … Continue reading

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Friday Five Challenge – Taming Fire by Aaron Pogue

Welcome to my Friday Five Challenge (Original idea from Rosie Amber at Get yourself a cuppa and give yourself 5 minutes.

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