Blog Tour: ‘I Lost My Compass at the Bermuda Triangle and Dream Five’ by Clara L. Molina

Due to a heavy cold, I’m a bit late getting this review up and published, for which I apologise to the author. As with the last of Molina’s work that I read (‘Confessions of a Traveller: the Observations of Alien 597’ – reviewed here), she has some good ideas, and obviously takes a lot of […]

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Blog Tour: ‘The Night Has Seen Your Mind’ by Simon Kearns

I wasn’t sure what to expect before reading Kearns’ novel but I’m very pleased I did. This intriguing and compelling tale was hard to put down; the world-building and characterisation, while narratively straightforward, were both clean in their simplicity, aptly aiding the momentum and pace of the solidly-written story. There are some adult themes here, […]

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