On the prison world of Zartak, darkness has fallen on arbitrators and inmates alike. The Night Lords have come, and with them the shadow of fear and pain. But they are not the only ones with an interest in Zartak. From the void, running on silent, another fleet emerges. Its warriors are grey-clad and white-faced, […]Read more "Carcharodons: Red Tithe- Robbie MacNiven"
Today on Wordaholics I have some sad news to share with you all. My grandfather passed away on Thursday morning. He was still young at heart in his 80’s but health issues got in the way. I won’t be going into to much detail, its all a bit raw still. I would like to dedicate […]Read more "Metal Monday- Testament- Return to Serenity"
Disclaimer: Due to the last review and spoilers in the book blurp, I have decided to leave it out for this review. Due to this minor omission my review might seem a bit short. Does not mean I did not enjoy it… Dark Deeds picks up where Dark Sky left of. We get a small […]Read more "Dark Deeds (Keiko#3)- Mike Brooks"
To keep in the spirit of all things bookish, I went and found a song that semi fits to my review of Journey to the Center of the Earth. I did not actualy go and search for a song that fit the description, I merely remembered the chorus of today’s MeMo. Urkraft I discovered in […]Read more "Metal Monday- Urkraft- The Inhuman Aberration"
A few months ago I posted “A little look of what I have been up too” , in here I posted about my move from South Africa to The Netherlands and a few pics of my updated library. Since then I had to go back to S.A and Milou has come to fetch me. I […]Read more "The Heresy Grows… A.K.A: Dave shows off his own small Black Library collection"
Spoiler Alert in Blurp… (Blurp is a copy paste directly from Wikipedea) Journey to the Center of the Earth (French: Voyage au centre de la Terre, also translated under the titles A Journey to the Centre of the Earth and A Journey to the Interior of the Earth) is an 1864 science fiction novel by […]Read more "Journey to the Centre of the Earth- Jules Verne"
Disclaimer: Dark Sky was a reread I did in preperation for the third instalment in the Keiko series. I do not like the blurps on the back of the books so I decided to to put in my original review. For me it serves as a way better blurp than whats on Amazon, GR and […]Read more "Dark Sky (Keiko #2) – Mike Brooks"