Dark Horizons was one of the few Doctor Who books left in my local library that I hadn’t read. The title, blurb and front cover were not inviting to me at all. It’s a shame that these elements go against Dark Horizons, because it is probably one of my favourite Who books. I am still … Continue reading Doctor Who: Dark Horizons by Jenny Colgan Reviewed
Slowly she gestured to the pile of bodies. ‘I’ve saved a place for you’ she hissed. So in Combat Magicks we have Attila the Hun and Witches, hence the title Combat Magicks. I thought the whole idea was bonkers, but gradually as you get through the story you get used to it. The Doctor becomes … Continue reading Book Review. Combat Magicks by Steve Cole.
Waterstones Foyles for books The story of Henry Applebee is primarily narrated by the man himself, although characters Ariel and Travis do take parts in being protagonists. The timeline of the story switches between past and present. I was unsure of this book at first, until I got the gist of which path the story … Continue reading Finding Henry Applebee by Celia Reynolds
With Clough, By Taylor Published by Biteback A story of the early relationship of the legendary football partnership of Clough and Taylor, their playing careers, their managerial careers, and the book caps off just as the pair were enjoying success with Nottingham Forest FC. The football club where the pair lifted numerous trophies. Banksy Published … Continue reading Thoughts on Footballing Memoirs by Cloughie, Taylor & Banks.
A Picture of Murder by T. E. Kinsey (Amazon Imprint) Thomas & Mercer 1542046025 / 978 – 1542046022 Available on KU / print £4.99 / Free with Amazon Audible trial (P.S This review is completely contradictory, just so you know. P.P.S. I received an ARC of this title from the publisher via Netgalley) I … Continue reading Book Review. A Picture of Murder by T. E. Kinsey