First and foremost, this is a book only recommended for adults. Trust me. The saving grace in regards to the now-infamous horror between the pages of A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess is that, through the narrator, everything from milk-drinking to ultra-violence is filtered. While civilians are terrorised by each other in Burgess' dystopia, these [...]
Mort(e) by Robert Repino Sebastian is a house cat who loves this neighbour Sheba, a beautiful dog. He also loves his family until things start to change. The father becomes paranoid and dangerous, the mother and children more cautious and afraid. But Sebastian too is changing, growing in both body and understanding. Sebastian gains [...]
London is in a state of unrest, our medical practitioners are overworked, and the world seems to grow more grim by the day. If this all naturally culminates in a society of underworld figures hiding at the fringes of mundane life, dabbling in dark magic and advanced science, Vivian Shaw's Strange Practice called it first! [...]
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch When Jason Dessen is kidnapped and held hostage in a laboratory his only thought is to escape back to his wife. That journey ends up being a little more complicated than originally thought as Jason has to travel through alternate worlds to reunite his family. This is a fantastically [...]
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline This book may or may not be a complete geekfest, but it is most certainly a rollicking read; funny as hell with 80's references on every page amidst a great mystery and a treasure hunt! It will take readers on an adventure like no other. Recommended by [...]
Gilded Cage by Vic James Modern Britain is ruled by a magical elite, but those without the skill must give 10 years servitude in slave towns. Luke's parents decide the family will serve together once his little sister turns ten, but Luke is taken away and must find his own destiny...