Category: Reviews

A matter of oaths by

Available for free from the author’s website : http://www.arkessian.com/ The patrolship Bhattya is looking for a new member of staff, and Rafe appears to be the...

The Children Act by

Does religious belief outweigh the fight for survival? and if the one battling for life is a child, who gets to rule on what is, and...

Mount TBR – Feb 2016

Jones, Eliza Henry – In the quiet rec’d by Pam – Book Crazy (a Book group I’m in) “I usually avoid books described as “uplifting” because...

Alias by

Jessica Jones was once a costumed superhero, flying around, saving the day. But she gave all that up, now she works as a private investigator. In...

Creed dir. by

I find myself unable to really blurb this film. I mean, yeah, the bare bones of it are an orphan kid tries to find himself through...

Hild by

Book 1 of The Light of the World trilogy. The world is always changing, but Britain in the seventh century was a time of huge upheaval...

Mount TBR – January 2016

Graeber, David – Debt: the first 5,000 years : rec’d by pharm on Metafilter : “he writes about the way societies who based their economies on...

Happy New Year

Hope every one’s new year celebrations went well. I still don’t do resolutions, at least not at this time of the year :) but if you’ve...