Book Review: The Terror, by Dan Simmons

The Terror by Dan Simmons My rating: 4 of 5 starsPart historical fiction, part horror, part supernatural, part mutiny, part survivor movie, the Terror is all these things, and more. At 946 pages long and 28 odd hours of my very precious time invested, this one was worth a blog post. Is it amazing?In places, …

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Grab some darkness before the adverts for holidays, weight-loss and new jobs…

In the first of two updates in the same day: In times of endless Turkey, Cranberry and Stuffing sandwiches. In the days filled with rubbish TV ads (and there are not many good ones this year). With every organisation telling you to buy stuff you don't need because you love your wife/children/yourself/friends/pets/normally anti-social neighbours more …

Infernal Clock

The Infernal Clock is an anthology conceived by David Shakes. It was delivered through much hard work by Steph Ellis (I know how that feels after the 3.5 FlashDogs Anthologies). It has beautiful artwork from Tam Rogers and internal design from Emily June Street. It takes the clock as the theme and 24 different tales …

Review: And was Jerusalem builded here, among these dark Satanic Mills?

Jerusalem is novel by Alan Moore. I am aware of his work. He is responsible for some seminal graphic novels (Watchmen, V for Vendetta etc). I haven’t read any of them, so I went into this with nothing more than a very interesting blurb which seemed to have some similar themes to my debut novel, …