This week, I’m thrilled to be part of the blog tour for Shards of Earth, the first book in Adrian Tchaikovsky’s new Final Architecture trilogy. The tour is organised by The Write Reads in association with Black Crow PR, who furnished me with a free electronic copy of the book in exchange for this fair… Read More Book Review: Shards of Earth, by Adrian Tchaikovsky
For this week’s review, I got myself a front row seat to humanity’s extinction in Day Zero, C. Robert Cargill’s prequel to Sea of Rust. This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which I received from the publisher, Gollancz. This review contains an affiliate link… Read More Book Review: Day Zero, by C. Robert Cargill
Follow me once again into the smog-choked streets of Guerdon, as I review the third instalment in Gareth Hanrahan’s Black Iron Legacy series, The Broken God! This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which I received from the publisher, Orbit. This review contains an affiliate… Read More Book Review: The Broken God, by Gareth Hanrahan
This week, I’m once again braving the strange country of Jeff Noon’s imagination, as private investigator John Nyquist explores the mysterious city of Delirium in Within Without. This is the fourth Nyquist mystery to be published by Angry Robot, but knowledge of the preceding novels is not necessary to enjoy this one. This fair and… Read More Book Review: Within Without, by Jeff Noon
April is finished, along with plenty of books for the reading challenges I’ve undertaken. Read on to see what I’ve ticked off my challenge TBR this month!