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Asylum - 13 Tales of Terror by Matt Drabble
Asylum - 13 Tales of Terror by Matt Drabble
4.0 out of 5 stars Spooky stories, 25 Oct 2013
An excellent read - remeniscent of the old Hammer and Amicus anthology stories. Some of the tales in here are pure horror, some murder mystery and whodunnit but all with a spooky feel to them. The stories are liniked together by a story arc that unfortunaately has a very guessable payoff - it's because of this it loses a star.
World War Z by Max Brooks
World War Z by Max Brooks
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly excellent, 24 April 2013
I'd heard a lot about this book and ummed and aahed about it for a while. Then it became 99p (for a while!) for the Kindle edition so I got it. And I'm glad I did.
Thoroughly absorbing, the stucture of the book garbs you from the off. The masterstroke here is the telling in interview format. Although not an orginal concept, it allows the reader to really feel the human side of a potential zombie apocalypse (this, itself, is recognised in the foreword by the 'writer' of the book).
All of the scenarios (government secrecy, finger pointing, public panic) give an air of reality and Mr Brooks has certainly got a good feel on the geo-political structure of the world.
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I Am Ozzy by Ozzy Osbourne
I Am Ozzy by Ozzy Osbourne
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining, 12 April 2013
Written in a style so you can alomst hear Ozzy saying the words, this is a very entertaining read. There's not much on the making of Ozzy's music but lots of funny/interesting stories form his life - his life in Aston through the mega stardom thanks to the The Osbournes. You get the impression that Ozzy can't believe his luck - well neither will you after reading some of his antics. Just one thing though Ozzy - we know you love Sharon but you don't need to keep telling us, it's gets a bit tedious after a while