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Aetheric Mechanics
Aetheric Mechanics
by Warren Ellis
Edition: Paperback
Price: £4.99

4.0 out of 5 stars great work, 28 Jun. 2010
This review is from: Aetheric Mechanics (Paperback)
good story, great artwork. the story smoothly rides along with some great dialogue and lovely twists. the only reason i gave it 4 instead of 5 was because i thought ellis was trying to cram too much into one story. maybe if it was a bit longer, he would have the space to give more credibility to this fine work.


Hunter's Moon (Gollancz S.F.)
Hunter's Moon (Gollancz S.F.)
by David Devereux
Edition: Hardcover

3.0 out of 5 stars good, but needs better scripting, 28 Jun. 2010
hunters moon was a good story, but couldnt help but feel it was using some blatant character stereotypes. will be looking for some more unpredictable characters next time round. otherwise all good. interesting, gripping story, worth a read.


No Title Available

2.0 out of 5 stars whats going on?, 4 Dec. 2009
havent got a clue whats going on with this device. i wanted a card reader for my wii and got this tiny 1 by 2 centimeter thing. i think it is a bluetooth dongle but cant be sure since there was not a product description or instructions or anything. i could just be being stupid but this needs a better overview and search criteria, im not sure its small essay as a title really gets the right message across. im giving it 2 stars instead of 1 or none because for all i know it might be really good at something. cant say fairer than that.


The Boys: Good for the Soul v. 3
The Boys: Good for the Soul v. 3
by Garth Ennis
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars good form, 5 Oct. 2009
this is the 3rd installment from our anti heros and its keeping the pace up nicely. good character development on hughie and butcher, plot unfurling nicely with some background on butcher and "the homelander" and what happened to "the lamp lighter". here we are getting a feeling of our story settling in to a nice epic, plenty questions still left to answer like the pasts of frenchie and the female to answer, and unless ennis suffers from any major lapses in creativity or storytelling, i will be continuing to buy this series. really enjoyable. my only concern is that it goes on for too long like the preacher, time will tell....


John Martyn: Grace & Danger
John Martyn: Grace & Danger
by Lee Barry
Edition: Paperback

1 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars sweet little mystery, 18 Nov. 2006
really enjoyed this book and was surprised by John's chaotic encounters

with Van Morrison and Japanese business men. The book really does capture

the many ups and downs of Martyn's life. At times you can't help but laugh

at Martyn's terrible behaviour. Barry clearly admires John's music but does

not adore Martyn himself, which allows a more truthful picture to emerge. A

very honest account of one of our tragically overlooked singer songwriters.

nuff said...


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