In celebration of Valentine’s Day I will review a Sci-Fi thriller, because fuck you romance. Fuck you. Continue reading “Brilliance by Marcus Sakey”
Question: HOW DOES IT HAVE 4.04 ON GOOD READS?
Answer: Violence and a whole load of Zombies. Continue reading “Zombie Fallout by Mark Tufo”
Rose here with an apocalyptic book; Cat’s Cradle.
It’s a pretty strange book to be honest, tiny chapters, concise language and a mournful main character looking back before the disaster. It creates a novel that you quickly read to get the first glimpse of the cause of the apocalypse but I warn you, it’s 80% through the novel before it appears and causes death. And it’s only downhill from there. Continue reading “Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut”
Hey it’s Rose here! I’m bringing you my review of the infamous The Road by Cormac McCarthy.
It’s depressing. I cried. I never cry. I’m ashamed of myself. Continue reading “The Road by Cormac McCarthy”
Hey Fledglings! Rose here rejoicing in all that is Andy Weir’s The Martian!
Damn this is a good book. Just read it. Don’t like science fiction? Who cares! It’s brilliant! Continue reading “The Martian by Andy Weir”
We are finally here – our first review is officially live! As you have probably gathered, we have decided to do our first review on Susan Ee’s Angelfall, the first of her Penryn and the End of Days trilogy. As a one off we will be doing this as a team effort, sharing our own thoughts on what we have collectively agreed is a new YA favourite among us. Continue reading “Angelfall by Susan Ee”