Monthly Archives: March 2017

Song for a Saturday – Rhiannon

The last from Fleetwood Mac:-

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Filler content with a classic car

A review that originally appeared in The Third Alternative #32 (and fortunately the rumours of King’s retirement have proved to be premature):- FROM A BUICK 8 Stephen King Hodder & Stoughton hb, 404pp, £17.99 King’s latest novel, and possibly his … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – The Lost City of Z & Life

Again, this is two for the price of one Wednesday. Both films should be out on the 24th.

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Filler content with resurrection

A review that originally appeared in The Third Alternative #28:- THE RESURRECTIONISTS Kim Wilkins Orion pb, 503pp, £6.99 Maisie, a young cellist, fakes a wrist injury to put some distance between herself, a career she’s no longer sure she wants … Continue reading

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2017 Graphic Miscellany #2

Three more gaphic novels that I’ve read recently. Batman – Arkham Unhinged By Diverse Hands This is based on the video game Batman: Arkham City, which I guess was based on ideas found in the Batman/Detective comic books, so think … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Tusk

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The Holiday Horrors

You know how it is. You go on holiday to get away from it all and just chill, and no sooner have you made yourself comfortable than some damned vampire nicks your sun lounger, a serial killer kicks sand in … Continue reading

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