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Sketcher - Roland Watson-Grant

Staff Review: Sketcher – Roland Watson-Grant

Reviewed by Nyjolene This book is amazing, and that’s an understatement. I picked it up on a whim, didn’t read the back, had no clue who the author was, so all I went on was the cover. A crafty-looking kid …

Umbral, vol. 1: Out of the Shadows - Antony Johnston et al

Review: Umbral by Antony Johnston and Christopher Mitten

Reviewed by Michael Minneboo Sometimes you just don’t ‘click’ with a story and for me this is the case with Umbral, Book One: Out of the Shadows, a so-called dark fantasy story that takes place in the fictional Kingdom of Fendin, …

Bone Gap - Laura Ruby

You Review: Bone Gap – Laura Ruby

Reviewed by Martin Wisse Bone Gap by Laura Ruby is the story of a girl coming into the life of two brothers, then disappearing again. Kidnapped, according to the younger brother. Left just like their mother left them, according to everybody …

Seveneves - Neal Stephenson

You Review: Seveneves – Neal Stephenson

Reviewed by Oscar Strik Few things stuff your bookshelf quite like a new Neal Stephenson novel; his latest, Seveneves, is no exception, weighing in at a hefty 869 pages. Now, I’m normally not that kind of guy, but in this …