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Le Roi En Jaune

Le Roi en Jaune by Simon Bucher-Jones My rating: 5 of 5 stars (Once again, I apologise to those following my blog through Goodreads, who will end up seeing this twice.)This is a review I should have written a long … Continue reading

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The Impossible Has Happened: The Life and Work of Gene Roddenberry, Creator of Star Trek

Before I start this review proper, a couple of notes. Firstly, to apologise to my Goodreads friends, who will see this both on my blog feed and in the reviews — an unfortunate problem with having one’s blog syndicated to … Continue reading

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The Black Archive: The Massacre

The Massacre by James Cooray Smith My rating: 5 of 5 stars (Crossposted between Goodreads and my blog — apologies for those who see this twice) Before I start the review proper, an obligatory note: I am currently towards the … Continue reading

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Latest Goodreads Reviews

Hoping for a proper post tonight, but in the meantime here’s the latest set of Goodreads reviews: Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life by Graham Nash My rating: 2 of 5 stars Nash comes across mostly as I’d always … Continue reading

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This Week’s Goodreads Reviews

As I’ve not been doing very well at reviewing books on here — and as I’ve not had the energy to write full blog posts recently because of my health — I decided this week to write a short review, … Continue reading

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Lock-In by @scalzi

Before I start this review, a brief note to say that the reason I am tagging the author is not some kind of ego thing, but because John Scalzi has said that he’s specifically interested in hearing some of the … Continue reading

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Turn Up The Radio! Rock, Pop, And Roll In Los Angeles 1956-1972

(Sorry if this review’s a little disjointed — I’m not particularly well today). This review will, to an extent, be a matter of comparing the book to my own work, and there’s very little I can do about that — … Continue reading

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