At the start of last year, I read American God’s by Neil Gaiman. At the start of this […]

Lalgudi Iyer is the elderly star of this debut novel by Ryan Lobo, an ambitious, and mostly successful, […]

There is more to the sky than just the pretty birds – those with colourful feathers or melodic […]

Michael Bray is making a name for himself in the world of horror and with good reason. He […]

Writers of long-running series at a certain point face a choice, expand their universe or continue to focus […]

Welcome and Welcome to Lagos is an enjoyable trip to a destination that is known for its rife […]

For those of you who the name Adam O’Riordan doesn’t ring any bells then this review is for […]

The Equestrienne is an interesting, slightly odd, debut from Slovak author Ursula Kovalyk. It is published by Parthian […]

  From the current powerhouse of Irish fiction New Island Books comes the arrestingly brilliant ‘Wild Quiet’ written […]

‘What’s your earliest memory?’ So a young girl is asked by her grandfather at the end of the […]