Nyctophobia – Novel By Christopher Fowler

Nyctophobia  by Christopher Fowler Callie is a twenty-six-year-old English architect with some problems. She’s lost her job and her mother is an evil and vindictive banana. But it appears as if all has changed for the better when Callie meets Spanish businessman, Mateo. Although considerably older, and divorced with a nine-year-old daughter, the Andalusian gentleman […]

Spandex And The City – Novel By Jenny T. Colgan

Spandex And The City   by Jenny T. Colgan As the name might suggest, this is not a serious book. If you’re after a story about existential issues presented in grey monotones by an austere matron lamenting her lack of sexual conquest in Victorian times as her fleabag cat takes yet another piss on a threadbare […]

The Dead Zone – Stephen King Novel

The Dead Zone  by Stephen King This classic, by the master horror writer, was first published in 1977 but has aged remarkably well. It’s strange to think that some readers of such fiction today were not even a glint in their sexed-up father’s eye when King penned The Dead Zone. In fact, there may be […]

Daughter Of Eden – Chris Beckett

Daughter Of Eden  by Chris Beckett This is book 3 in the renowned Sci-Fi trilogy by the English author, Chris Beckett, and was first published in 2016. Rebel Voice has already reviewed the first instalment, Dark Eden, but sadly didn’t get a chance to enjoy book 2, Mother of Eden, yet. However, Daughter of Eden […]

In The Moon Of The Red Ponies – James Lee Burke Novel

In The Moon Of The Red Ponies  by James Lee Burke Yes, yes, OK, you’re correct. Rebel Voice didn’t stay away from James Lee for long. It’s an addiction and Rebel Voice is currently attending a clinic for Burke junkies. We sit around and discuss who’s best, Robicheaux or Holland. In this novel, we get […]