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Tag Archive: lit

Book Review: ‘Down the Rabbit Hole’ by Holly Madison

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Here’s an intriguing premise – a peek behind the doors of the fabled Playboy Mansion and into the lives of those who reside there. The most famous pornographic publication in history, a name… Continue reading

Exclusive Interview with Kylie Chan!

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Over the weekend, we at the House of Geekery had the pleasure of catching up with best selling author, Kylie Chan, for a chat about her books and her work as a writer.… Continue reading

The Top 10 Characters from Terry Pratchett’s ‘Discworld’

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Yesterday we lost the legendarily prolific fantasy writer and satirist Sir Terry Pratchett. Luckily for us we have his characters, who exist beyond the stories he told having grown beyond the pages they… Continue reading

Tribute: Sir Terry Pratchett

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This is a difficult one to write. Not only was Sir Pratchett a massive contributor to geek culture and very open in communicating with his fans, but his passing has long been foreshadowed.… Continue reading

The Geekery Guide: What is the Cthulhu Mythos?

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Welcome to our new series! What is it? Well, I’m old enough to remember when being a geek wasn’t cool or even accepted. I remember a friend of mine asking me why I… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Silo Trilogy’

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By Hedge I’m a fan of a good dystopia. I love apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic media from films like Mad Max, and the recent, truly stunning These Final Hours, to novels like 1984 and… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Murder in Mississippi’ by John Safran

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I think that’s the first time I’ve had to write the word ‘Mississippi’. It’s fun to type. My knowledge and experience with the region are pretty minimal because I have lived most of my… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Ghosts in the Machine’ by Tobacco Jones

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When we received a copy of this novel in the post we didn’t know what to make of it. The title echoed Ghost in the Shell and the blurb suggested similar themes, and the… Continue reading

Spotlight On: Jack Ketchum

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In literary horror there is no shortage of tales about; ghosts, werewolves, vampires, and their ilk. But one author in the horror genre who has earned a massive cult following does not rely… Continue reading

Ender’s Blame: Exploring the Controversy Over the Film Adaptation

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While the United States is not without its flaws as a country, one of our most cherished freedoms is the right to free speech.  It is a fundamental tenet of the United States… Continue reading