Posted by Niall [Blogger] at 13/04/2012 09:37:02
“There’s something out there: a juggernaut of evil bearing down to crush the Republic – unless one lone Jedi, shunned and reviled, can stop it.”
Drew Karpyshyn, the author who brought us probably the best Sith lord of them all (Darth Bane) is back.
Although I would have much preferred another Bane novel, I still knew anything by this...
Posted by Matthew [Blogger] at 05/04/2012 14:46:42
William Gibson began writing far-sighted Science Fiction within the Cyberpunk sub genre in the early 1980’s with Neuromancer, coining the phrase “cyberspace” and envisaging something close to the present day internet when the concept was very much in its infancy.
As technology has progressed towards Gibson’s vision of the future his novels have become more grounded in reality,...
Posted by Niall [Blogger] at 05/04/2012 14:37:31
World Book Night takes place on the 23rd of April this year, and on that date 1,000,000 copies of 25 books will be given away for FREE!! This is one of the 25 listed books.
I first read this book in my early teens and instantly fell in love with it. This was my first introduction to the twisted, genius and beautiful minds of Messer’s Pratchett and Gaiman.
The plot of the book...
Posted by Peter [Blogger] at 25/11/2011 16:09:08
I don’t normally read tales of immortality but I was drawn to this book by its beautiful cover and was immediately sucked into the unfolding tale.
The story opens in present day Maine, in the small town of St. Andrew where Dr. Luke Findley is about to embark on yet another monotonous shift at the local County Hospital. Recently divorced and living a totally unfulfilled life, Luke can't wait...