Book review

Sensible Software 1986-1999 book review

Ryan Lambie Review Oct 16, 2013

We delve into the first book from new publisher Read Only Memory - an exhaustive document from the UK’s Sensible Software...

Peter Cushing: A Life In Film book review

Aliya Whiteley Review Mar 21, 2013

To mark the centenary of his birth, Titan Books brings us Peter Cushing: A Life In Film. Here's Aliya's review of a great book...

Doctor Who: The Silurian Gift book review

Andrew Blair Review Feb 28, 2013

Looking for a short, sharp and fun Who adventure? Then you could do a lot worse than Mike Tucker's The Silurian Gift, Andrew writes...

Doctor Who: Shada review

Andrew Blair Review Feb 14, 2013

Based on the unaired Douglas Adams Doctor Who 1979 serial, Gareth Roberts' novelisation of Shada is a brisk, entertaining read...

Hell Train review

Andrew Blair Review Jan 10, 2012

A fun, rip-roaring horror tale from author Christopher Fowler, Hell Train serves as a loving homage to Hammer’s classic output. Here’s Andrew’s review…

How To Interview Doctor Who, Ozzy Osbourne And Everyone Else book review

Simon Interview Oct 19, 2011

Jason Arnopp spills the secrets of a good interview in his new book, How To Interview Doctor Who, Ozzy Osbourne And Everyone Else. Here’s our review...

Doctor Who: The Silent Stars Go By book review

Mark Harrison Review Oct 12, 2011

It may be a Doctor Who novel set during the festive season, but is The Silent Stars Go By a worthy Christmas gift? Here’s Mark’s review…

Cold Mirrors book review

Jenny Sanders Review Oct 10, 2011

A contemporary horror anthology covering topics such as Twitter and serial killer clubs, CJ Lines’ Cold Mirrors is a riveting read, Jenny writes…

The Inbetweeners Yearbook review

Dave Adamson Review Sep 28, 2011

The Inbetweeners may be over, but there’s still a Yearbook to chortle along to instead. Here’s Dave’s review of a book that fans will love…

The Good, The Bad And The Multiplex by Mark Kermode review

Simon Brew Review Sep 13, 2011

Mark Kermode’s latest book asks the question: what’s wrong with modern movies? Here’s our review of The Good, The Bad And The Multiplex…

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