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Spirit Gate by Kate Elliot

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Crossroads #1 Once The Hundred was a place of peace and safety. The Guardians delivered justice and the reeves flew in answer …

Infidel by Kameron Hurley

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Bel Dame Apocrapha # 2 Six years after the events in God’s War and Nyx is still making a living by taking …

Tigerman by Nick Harkaway

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Lester Ferris has seen a lot and done a lot in his life. A sergeant in the British Army he has more …

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Is there a point to me doing a quick recap of a Godzilla movie plot? I mean, you all know that Godzilla …

Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis

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Book one in the Milkweed Triptych In a remote part of Germany a doctor has been hard at work, he has had …

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Writ & Dir: Neil Marshall

I love and adore Dog Soldiers. And The Decent was pretty damn good too Of course Doomsday was utterly preposterous but you win some, you lose some. And I was still prepared to take a chance on Neil Marshall, especially when the story is about Roman soldiers on the run in the second century. I mean it had to be better than King Arthur, right?

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The Wars by

ISBN: 0140050116 See also: The Stay at Home Bookworm ; Wikipedia Prologue She was standing in the middle of the railroad tracks. …

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A Long Long Way by

ISBN: 0571218016 See also: Three Monkey’s Interview ; Dublin’s One Book One City ; He was born in the dying days. It …

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Rules of Engagement by

25 May 2003
The tip-off came from a Fleet Street contact that Saturday evening: something serious was brewing in the media, something ‘pretty big’. I’d been under the cosh for the last week after being accused of war crimes, so I wondered how much bigger it could get.

So, do I admit at the start or the end of this review that I was anti the Iraq war? Does that political inclination mean that my opinion of this book is biased? I’m not sure, I do however know that this book did not get off to a good start with me, as the dedication is “to the soldiers of Ireland who left their native land to fight for the Crown so that small nations might be free.” That grates. It is meant with the best of intentions, or at least I suppose so, and I’m guessing he is talking about in modern times, but it still grates. After all, Ireland is one of those small nations that had to fight against the Crown so that she might be free.

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Letters from Iwo Jima dir. by

based on the book Picture Letters from Commander in Chief by Tadamichi Kuribayashi, Tsuyoko YoshidoI’m not sure what I was really expecting …