GIVEAWAY: The Bone Season

Next month sees the release of The Song Rising, the third book in The Bone Season saga, from Samantha Shannon. This gloriously-written dystopia, set in the year 2059, follows Paige Mahoney, a young clairvoyant living in Scion London, a city where clairvoyance is illegal on pain of death. Paige spends her days working for the […]

Reality TV meets The Walking Dead

What is the real world if it’s not the world one exists in? She wanted an adventure. One last hurrah before settling down into married life. But what happens when the reality show you’re in suddenly becomes just that, reality. The Last One is what happens when you cross Cormac McCarthy’s post-apocalyptic dystopia, The Road, […]

SNEAK PEAK at The Song Rising!!

I am so excited to share what I have to share with you today. In fact, in the words of the ever eloquent Chandler Bing: If you’ve been following me on social media for a while you may be aware of how ever so slightly, I will sell my unborn children for a copy of […]

REVIEW: Nirvana – J.R. Stewart

In the past few years, virtual reality has become the next big thing. The Oculus Rift and Playstation VR are making gaming more immersive than ever, Samsung is supplying schools with VR headsets to help make education more accessible, and even Sir David Attenborough has got involved, but as we step into this new future […]

REVIEW: The Light That Gets Lost – Natasha Carthew

As far as beginnings go, this has to be one of the best I’ve read in a long while. I was instantly gripped and emotionally attached to Trey, who as a young boy witnesses something so devastating he is changed forever, and ends up being thrown into a camp set up to “re-educate” young people […]

REVIEW: The City’s Son – Tom Pollock

“These were her streets, London was her place, and if it had a people, then they were her people. The city was alive, and she’d always known that inside.” * The night that Beth Bradley found herself staring down a fast-approaching set of train headlights, was the night everything changed. One minute she was a […]

REVIEW: Station Eleven – Emily St.John Mandel

What was lost in the collapse: almost everything, almost everyone, but there is still beauty. At the Elgin Theatre, Toronto, Arthur Leander is mid-way through a performance of King Lear before he clutches his chest and fulls to the floor. Hours later, the entire world is gripped in fear as an unstoppable, and fatal, epidemic rapidly begins […]