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Book Review and Casting: The Broken Girls

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The Broken Girls was written by Simone St. James and published in 2018. This is a paranormal-tinged mystery thriller about some murdered girls across multiple decades. Book Review: This was a fantastic thriller… Continue reading

Book Review and Casting: The Merciless (2014)

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The Merciless was written by Danielle Vega and published in 2014. There have since been three sequels and the book is rumored to be getting the film script treatment by Pretty Little Liars executive… Continue reading

Book Review: Doctor Who “Rose”, by Russell T Davies

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Russell T Davies returns to Doctor Who, resurrecting his resurrection for a new novelisation.

Book Review: ‘The Spider in the Laurel’

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This review is of The Spider in the Laurel by Michael Pogach, published in 2015. I won a copy of this book via a Goodreads.com giveaway. I want to thank the author for… Continue reading

Book Recommendation: In the Hand of the Goddess by Tamora Pierce

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I’ve managed to go ahead and finish reading Tamora Pierce’s In the Hand of the Goddess in less than twenty four hours, squeezing reading time in at meal times and breaks at work…… Continue reading

Book Recommendation: Alanna the First Adventure by Tamora Pierce

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Continuing our Perth Supanova coverage this year, I thought I’d drop in a quick book recommendation for one of the attending authors and one of my favourite writes of all time: Tamora Pierce!… Continue reading

Why it’s hard to like literary 007 in 2015

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Last year, it was announced that acclaimed writer Anthony Horowitz would be writing the next James Bond continuation novel. Released in September 2015, Trigger Mortis hailed the publicity-grabbing return of Pussy Galore from Goldfinger,… Continue reading

Book Review: “City of Death”, by James Goss

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“You’re a beautiful woman, probably.” – The Doctor, City of Death (1979) The Doctor Who story City of Death has quite a legacy. Rewritten (from an original story by David Fisher) over a… Continue reading