The Angel’s Mark By S. W. Perry – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: A gripping tale of espionage and murder in Elizabethan London.   London, 1590. Queen Elizabeth I’s control over her kingdom is wavering. Amidst a tumultuous backdrop of Spanish plotters, Catholic heretics and foreign wars threatening the country’s fragile stability, the body of a small boy is found in the City of London, with strange marks…… Continue reading The Angel’s Mark By S. W. Perry – An Audio Book Review

Son of a Liche by J. Zachary Pike – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: A doubly disgraced dwarven hero. A band of accident-prone adventurers. Giving redemption a second shot may have been a grave mistake…. Still bruised and heartbroken from their last calamitous quest, Gorm Ingerson and his band of washed-up heroes try to make amends for the orcs they accidentally betrayed. But justice is put on hold…… Continue reading Son of a Liche by J. Zachary Pike – An Audio Book Review

Read But Not Forgotten – The Bad Reads

Last week on my new, and hopefully not dreadfully short, series for ‘Read But Not Forgotten’ I looked at some of my favourite series starters from before I started blogging or reviewing in any meaningful fashion. Today’s offering is a look back at the books that I really wish I hadn’t wasted my time on.…… Continue reading Read But Not Forgotten – The Bad Reads

Finders Keepers by Stephen King – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: Shortlisted for the Audio Publisher’s Association Audie Award 2016 for Best Male Narrator. 1978: Meet Morris Bellamy, the man who robs the safe of America’s most famous reclusive writer, John Rothstein. But it isn’t just the money he is interested in. Morrie is obsessed with the author’s notebooks and is prepared to kill the…… Continue reading Finders Keepers by Stephen King – An Audio Book Review

The Man With No Face By Peter May – An Audiobook Review

Blurb:A reporter with no fear. Brussels, 1979. Jaded Edinburgh journalist Neil Bannerman arrives in the capital of European politics intent on digging up dirt. Yet it is danger he discovers when two British men are found murdered. A child with no father.One victim is a journalist, the other a Cabinet Minister: the double assassination witnessed by the…… Continue reading The Man With No Face By Peter May – An Audiobook Review

Four by P. J. Blakey-Novis – An Audiobook Review

Blurb: Four friends spend a night away camping in the English countryside, each taking a turn to tell a horror story that will terrify the others. But the group soon discover that there is more to be afraid of than just some campfire tales, and that no one is as innocent as they seem. Author: P.J. Blakey-NovisNarrator:…… Continue reading Four by P. J. Blakey-Novis – An Audiobook Review

My Most Disappointing/Unenjoyable Reads of the Past Few Years

This list will most likely be a strange one for a lot of people reading this. Mostly because, each and every one on here has a big fan following and, for some reason, I just couldn’t get on with it. I’ll do what I did for my most loved books post by posting the cover,…… Continue reading My Most Disappointing/Unenjoyable Reads of the Past Few Years

The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: Inquisitor Glokta, a crippled and bitter relic of the last war, former fencing champion turned torturer, is trapped in a twisted and broken body – not that he allows it to distract him from his daily routine of torturing smugglers. Nobleman, dashing officer and would-be fencing champion Captain Jezal dan Luthar is living a…… Continue reading The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie – An Audio Book Review

A Little Hatred by Joe Abercrombie – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: The chimneys of industry rise over Adua, and the world seethes with new opportunities. But old scores run deep as ever. On the blood-soaked borders of Angland, Leo dan Brock struggles to win fame on the battlefield and defeat the marauding armies of Stour Nightfall. He hopes for help from the crown. But King…… Continue reading A Little Hatred by Joe Abercrombie – An Audio Book Review