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Helpful votes received on reviews: 68% (21 of 31)
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I work a Government Press Office in Central London, my hobbies include photography,Art, drawing, film making (I made 4 'epics' so far), I love reading generally and Science Fiction specifically as I find the whole area intellectually stimulanting. I am in the process of writing a SF novel, but that is taking time...
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,327,163 - Total Helpful Votes: 21 of 31
Savage: An Apocalyptic Horror Novel by Iain Rob Wright
Sequel to Ravage it has some of the characters from Ravage, but you can read it as a stand alone story. There are quite a few shocking moments, mixed in with a good narrative that lifts this story above the usual Zombie story.
The Deep [Blu-ray] [Region Free] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ James Nesbitt
The Deep [Blu-ray] [Region Free] Blu-ray ~ James Nesbitt
4 of 10 people found the following review helpful
When I sat down to watch The Deep I really wanted to like it, but it was clear after 15 minutes that the Deep was in deep trouble itself.

The first fundamental problem was Actors, most if all of them were completely miscast -I mean Minnie Driver as the Captain being the worst example and James Nesbitt poor performance of the subs engineer and Goran Visnjic (from ER) who can act, but not being able to flesh out a very one dimensional role and looks like he sleep walking through the series. The other members of the crew are just as unbelievable, such as Antonia Thomas (who stars in Misfits).

What could have been a meaty techno-thriller - a sort of Abyss for TV was let… Read more
Mappa Mundi by Justina Robson
Mappa Mundi by Justina Robson
17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Looking for something new to read, I came across Justina Robson's Mappa Mundi. It's intriguing title does not suggest the depth of ideas & concepts she has come up with in this book. I was torn from racing through it, because it's a hard book to put down, and taking my time to savour the story, structure and characters. Here is an author who has the power of her convictions and takes her character (and us) on a journey, which reaches an unexpected, but thought provoking conclusions on the nature of self and identity.
You do get to know Natalie, Jude, Mary and Dan well, all complex, flawed, and very human. Even the secondary characters like Natalie's father and White Horse; Jude's… Read more

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