Month: August 2012

Book Review – Tell The Wolves I’m Home

by Carol Rifka Brunt (Pan MacMillan) ISBN: 9781447202134 Sibling rivalry, the taboo around AIDS in the eighties, and a teenager’s crush are central themes in Brunt’s first novel. The famous painter Finn Weiss made a portrait of his nieces, June and Greta during the last…

Book Review – Survival Training For Lonely Hearts

by Elana Bregin (Pan Macmillan) ISBN: 978 1 77010 234 7 Kate, aged 43, has a demanding job as book editor. She meets interesting writers like the one she has heated discussions with over the racial state of play in South Africa, and another who departs…

Book Review – Death Of An Empire

by M.K Hume (Headline) ISBN: 978 0 7553 71471 Most of us have heard of the legend of Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot and Merlin. It has been told many times before and yet we seem to never get enough of it. It is no different when…

Book Review – Demi–Monde: Spring

by Rod Rees (Jo Fletcher Books) ISBN: 978 1 84916 503 7 Science Fiction is not for everyone, but Rod Rees manages to introduce a fresh angle to this genre. The novel is based on the concept of the Demi-Monde which is a virtual reality…
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