A local habitation
A local habitation by Seanan McGuire cover

An October Daye novel #2 A another reread for this year’s OUaT challenge, originally read for the Once Upon a […]

Angelmaker
Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway

Joe Spork is  mild mannered clockmaker. He wns and runs a shop fixing clockwork devices, from clocks to Victorian dirty […]

Glister
Glister by John Burnside

Teenage boys are going missing in Innertown. Where they go and what happens to them, nobody knows. Some say that […]

Gabriel’s gate
Gabriel's Gate by Tom Galvin

With the demise of the Celtic Tiger and the onset of the “economic doom and gloom” so popular in the […]

A summer of drowning
A summer of drowning by John Burnside

It is summer time on the island of Kvaloya, the time of the midnight sun. And Mats Sigfridsson has just […]

Stray

Okay, first off the cover to this is awful. Really, it is. And second of all, I did have huge […]

Pegasus and the flame

Mythology and Reality collide! So the blurb on the back of this book tell me. The mythical winged stallion Pegasus […]

There is no dog

Imagine that God was a teenage boy, and a spoiled, sulky, sex-crazed one at that. One who became god because […]

Warrior

The opening scenes of Warrior feature The National’s Start a war and a character listening to Moby Dick. Not what […]

Miss Peregrine’s home for peculiar children

Read for this year’s RIP challenge. This was just the perfect start to my reading for R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril VI, […]

The pink cage

Astrid is a bitch. She doesn’t see herself that way, but as I started this novel I really didn’t like […]

The Radleys

17 Orchard Lane, in Bishopthorpe is a quiet, residential spot. Home to the respectable types; doctors and architects. You know […]