Book Reviews

Britsoft: An Oral History book review

Ryan Lambie Review
Nov 11, 2015

The birth and evolution of the British games industry is perfectly captured in Britsoft: An Oral History. Ryan reviews a great book...

13 geeky beach read recommendations

Den Of Geek Feature
Aug 7, 2015

Off to the beach this summer? Here’s some suggested geek-skewed reading to accompany your sunburn and Mr Whippy…

15 underappreciated books: sci-fi, fantasy, horror fiction

Den Of Geek Feature
Jul 3, 2015

Looking for a good book recommendation? Our writers have a few unsung sci-fi, fantasy and horror gems up their sleeves...

Planet Of The Apes: The Evolution Of The Legend review

Ryan Lambie Review
Oct 27, 2014

The history of the Planet Of The Apes series is explored in Titan’s lavish new book. Ryan takes a look at it...

Life’s Lottery by Kim Newman review

Aliya Whiteley Review
Sep 19, 2014

Life's Lottery is an adult adventure game book with a difference. Aliya reviews Kim Newman's thought-provoking work...

The Art Of John Alvin review

Ryan Lambie Review
Aug 21, 2014

One of the greatest poster illustrators ever gets a volume devoted to his work. Here's Ryan's review of the lavish Art Of John Alvin...

The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room review

Niall Mcloughlin Review
Jul 28, 2014

Behind one of the worst films of all time - The Room - lies a fascinating story. Here's our review of Greg Sestero's The Disaster Artist.

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...