The Gone-Away World by Nick Harkaway – Review Revisited

Well it took almost two months of persistence and a lot of moaning to my friends how irritating it was to get through, yet I finally finished The Gone-Away World. Was it worth it? Simple answer; yes. More in depth answer; as long as you are looking to have your head completely screwed with. I …

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The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell – Review

The little information that I read about The Silent Companions, painted a somewhat different picture in my head from what the story actually was. I went in expecting some kind of mysterious, period fantasy, which was technically not incorrect. However the genre was a lot closer to a gothic horror than I was anticipating. I …

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All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven – Review

Suicide. Not a term taken lightly by anyone. With so many reasons behind why someone would want to end their own lives, it becomes an impossible mission to stop or save everyone. There are no true survivors of suicide, live or die, nobody is the same once they experience it. The two perspectives can be …

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies – Jane Austin and Seth Grahame-Smith

In the classic case of "what the film got wrong" falls the fantastically written "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" In the film supporting the same name, there is included some half-baked conspiracy and extra storyline that was in no way necessary, other than to attempt to draw in anyone who had not read the book. …

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