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Chimes at Midnight by

An October Daye novel ; # 7 Part of my RIP IX reading. Goblin fruit is a pleasant drug for…

This side of brightness by

In the early 1900s New York’s subway was in the process of being excavated. Working as sandhog was decent enough…

Zoo City by

Read for the Not just for Stormtroopers sci-fi challenge & for Carl’s Science Fiction Experience. Zinzi December finds lost things….

Flashback by

It is the year 2036 and the world is in ruins. The United States of America, in particular, is one…

Mr. Brooks dir. by

This film I really, really enjoyed, but the problem is that if I say too much about it I might ruin it for you. So, in brief, Costner plays earl Brooks, a ceramic maker. A big name in the business community. But Mr. Brooks has another side to him; he likes to kill. He believes himself addicted to murder, and every now and then he falls off the wagon and his alter-ego, Marshall, gets what he wants, a murder. But on his most recent outing he makes a bad mistake and gets photographed at the scene. He know has to deal with the photographer as well as his own family issues.

Back from the Brink by ,

with Vincent Hogan ISBN: 1846050766 See also: ; Wikipedia ; BBC ; The Telegraph Paul McGrath is probably Ireland’s best…

A Scanner Darkly [based on book] by dir. by

I have come to conclusion that I dislike this new animation style of digital-rotoscoping. That is where actors are filmed…

No present like time by

ISBN: 0575077980 – Infinity Plus review January 2020 On this soft night I followed the Moren River valley, flying back…

What do they have in common?

Breakingnews.ie say that young people, people in Munster and Sinn Féin voters all have something in common. Can you tell what it is yet?

Tatty by

I really liked this book. The writing was simple and straight-forward but wonderful. Dwyer Hickey makes Tatty, the character, come…

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