The Master of the Clow returns for the series’ 20th anniversary.
…or, has it in fact encouraged the humble paperback to significantly up its game?
From email management to how to hold efficient meetings, this book is full of wisdom, leaving you feeling like a true Productivity Ninja
Jon Ronson takes us into the world of paranoid conspiracists, hopping from neo-Nazis to a Ku Klux Klansmen leader attempting an image makeover
Doctor Sleep, sequel to King’s seminal shocker The Shining, produces mixed results
Roobla reviews Room, a story told in the perspective of a child born in captivity.
Six shots, five dead. The evidence is overwhelming and points towards a lone gunman. Barr says only one thing: “Get Jack Reacher for me.”
We Need To Talk About Kevin is composed of a series of confessional letters written by a mother whose son has committed a premeditated act of violence.
An investigator takes it upon himself to present different accounts of the zombie war in World War Z, a book by Max Brooks.
1940s LA fetishism writ large against scenes of carnage and wise-cracks. Unfortunately Paul Lieberman’s Gangster Squad isn’t as good as it sounds.
We review Justin Cronin’s The Twelve, the sequel to the best-selling apocalyptic novel The Passage.
We revisit Stephen King’s debut masterpiece Carrie, a story about a social misfit who gains telekinetic powers…
A friendly Saint Bernard is bitten by a rabid bat and soon poses a threat to the small community he lives near in Stephen King’s Cujo…
We review William Peter Blatty’s novel The Exorcist….
We review Gary Collinson’s Holy Franchise, Batman!, a book charting the screen appearances of the caped crusader.