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03 May

The Arthur C. Clarke Award – 2017 shortlist announced

Article on BookGeek The Arthur C. Clarke Award for science fiction literature has announced its 31st annual shortlist: ......
03 May

The Space Between the Stars by Anne Corlett

Review on BookGeek The concept of this book intrigued me, since it seemed unlike most science fiction books ......
30 Apr

Walkaway by Cory Doctorow

Review on BookGeek In Cory Doctorow’s new novel, Walkaway, a society is fractured into haves and have nots. ......
26 Apr

The Gift Maker by Mark Mayes

Review on BookGeek ‘Gifts ought to be free, but they never are. They tie you to the wishes ...
25 Apr

YA: Tree Magic by Harriet Springbett

Review on BookGeek This is a captivating, absorbing, little novel aimed primarily at the YA readership, but I ......
23 Apr

The Stars Are Legion by Kameron Hurley

Review on BookGeek The Legion is a part of a vast number of world-ships that are travelling in ...
17 Apr

YA: Steve & Frandan Take on the World by Ron Butlin

Review on BookGeek As a child I loved Enid Blyton, especially The Famous Five series, so I have ...
15 Apr

Death’s Mistress by Terry Goodkind

Review on BookGeek She has been called Sister of the Light and even Sister of the Dark; Nicci ...
14 Apr

WWAR: Our Voices take the load off the editorial team this issue

Article on BookChap You might think, given we’re such a bookish crew, that being asked to supply 250 ......
12 Apr

SECOND OPINION: Sealskin by Su Bristow

Review on BookGeek This is a magical romance/tale of fishing folk. This novel deals with a small fishing village ......
08 Apr

JADE ON: Lightening up in 2017

Article on BookDiva Have you ever had that experience of reading a book and then finding yourself being ......
07 Apr

nb92: NEW ISSUE!

Article on BookChap May we present a contents reveal, for your anticipation! I know it’s only a quarterly ......
07 Apr

The End of the Day by Claire North

Competition on BookGeek Charlie meets everyone – but only once. You might meet him in a hospital, in ......
04 Apr

A Mighty Dawn by Theodore Brun

Review on BookGeek Inspired by Old Norse via sources such as Wagner’s opera and an Oxford lecture by ......
29 Mar

Sealskin by Su Bristow

Review on BookGeek In all honesty, books about myths and legends are not always my thing but I ...
27 Mar

Reg on e-books

Article on BookChap Last week (mid-March 2017) Gill Chedgey revisited the e-reader debate and Reg Seward was stirred ......
25 Mar

The Dragon’s Legacy by Deborah A. Wolf

Review on BookGeek   This novel follows the lives of the Zeeranim, a matriarchal desert society that live ......
22 Mar

E-Books versus Real Books -a new slant?

Article on BookChap Gill Chedgey is plagued by self-doubt . . . Not a new debate by any ...
17 Mar

AUDIO: We Come Apart by Sarah Crossan and Brian Conaghan

Review on BookGeek This is such a wonderful book and an excellent collaboration between two YA authors I’ve ......
16 Mar

Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Review on BookGeek Scarlett and her sister Tella have never left the tiny island that her father rules ......
14 Mar

Spaceman of Bohemia by Jaroslav Kalfar

Review on BookGeek I’d describe this book as a cross between Everything Is Illuminated (Jonathan Safran Foer) and ......