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A local habitation by

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

Angelmaker by

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

Glister by

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

Gabriel’s gate by

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

A summer of drowning by

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

Stray by

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

Pegasus and the flame by

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

There is no dog by

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

Warrior dir. by

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 by

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 by

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

The Radleys by

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

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