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Corpselight by Angela Slatter – a review by Jeanette Greaves

Corpselight – Verity Fassbinder book 2 ‘Corpselight’ is the second book in the Verity Fassbinder trilogy, and the sequel to ‘Vigil.’ The first thing I want to know about sequels is ‘Should I read the first book before I start … Continue reading

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The Adversaries by David Hair – A review by Jeanette Greaves

The Return of Ravana by David Hair Book 2 – The Adversaries Disclaimer – this book was sent as a review copy by the publishers. Followers of fantasy writer David Hair will already be aware of his ‘Return of Ravana’ … Continue reading

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Vigil by Angela Slatter, a review by Jeanette Greaves

The Vigil blog tour continues:- First impressions – this book was great fun to read. It starts with the fallout from a fight between a trans-dimensional monster and a half-supernatural / half-human woman, and it ends with favours being called … Continue reading

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The Somnambulist and the Psychic Thief by Lisa Tuttle – a review by Jeanette Greaves

I’ll put my cards on the table right away. I’m a big fan of Lisa Tuttle, I got hooked on her short stories when I was a young woman in my twenties. I’d happily spend a month’s disposable income on … Continue reading

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The Child Eater by Rachel Pollack A review by Jeanette Greaves

In The Child Eater, we have a novel that follows two separate strands of a story, two different sets of characters, in two worlds separated by time and magic. The stories are linked by The Tarot of Eternity (much, much … Continue reading

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‘The Unquiet House’ by Alison Littlewood – a review by Jeanette Greaves

Alison Littlewood is a modern writer of classic horror, and in ‘The Unquiet House’ she portrays a growing menace, a lurking evil that has poisoned lives through several generations. Mire House was built to be a place of love, a … Continue reading

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