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Feet Of Clay: (Discworld Novel 19) (Discworld Nove&hellip by Terry Pratchett
5.0 out of 5 stars Dwarfen battle bread, 15 April 2014
As always, Terry Pratchett weaves a wonderous story into the discworld, with a mixture of real folklore, history, and humour by the bucket load.
The discworld series always puts a smile on my face, and Feet Of Clay is no exception.
Assassin's Creed: Renaissance by Oliver Bowden
Being a fan of the Assassin's Creed series I was dubious about reading this book, but found myself pleasantly surprised. It is an entertaining read, although at times it feels as though it was sticking too closely to the video games, which is not entirely a bad thing, but certain events, such as the Bonfire of the Vanities, served little to no purpose in the game, and even less in the book.

There are several typos, though, too many for a man of Bowden's calibre (look up his true identity, and you will see what I mean). It is definitely worth a read, especially for fans of the series.
Star Trek The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimila&hellip by Scott Tipton
5.0 out of 5 stars A great mashup, 29 Mar 2014
A great mashup of two sci-fi greats. The Borg and Cybermen make the perfect foes together, and the story makes full use of the timey-wimey effects of Doctor Who`s storylines.

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