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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Reviewed

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Reviewing Frankenstein Devoting heart and soul to this novel in the same way that Victor Frankenstein devoted his life to creation and destruction, this reviewer now returns to writing a review. The intricacies of this construct of Frankenstein are numerous and therefore as a warning, this review may lack the necessary depth and diligence of perusal. […]

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Civil War II – A Graphic Novel

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What is Civil War II and what happened to Civil War I? Civil War II is one of the latest events in the Marvel Comic Book Universe. Following on from the events of the Secret Wars and all the new characters being introduced into the current continuum (such as Ms. Marvel and the Miles Morales version of Spiderman). […]

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DC Universe Rebirth Omnibus – a review

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DC Universe Rebirth is 2016’s relaunch of the DC Universe following the New 52 initiative, in which all the classic heroes were rebooted in various ways. As an omnibus, this large volume collects the first stories in this relaunch, all together as a variety of different tales featuring different heroes and different art styles. The […]

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Vicious by V.E. Schwab Book Review

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Vicious is one of those novels that is like a delicious but tough piece of steak: difficult to chew, but appetising to the palette. It begins slowly, with  segment of the novel out of chronological order, a writing tactic that is both frustrating for easy reading, but also intriguing. Intriguing, because the incorrect sequencing of the […]

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Dracula – A Classic Book Review

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With Universal Studios recently announcing their monster-filled Dark Universe franchise, what book would be more suited to pick up than Dracula? The following is a review of this classic text. 5 Stars Dracula: the very name instantly brings to mind visions of vampires, stakes, garlic and crucifixes. But when one bothers to read the novel they may […]