Eden Project – Hope For Humanity?

This brief overview provides an introduction to the famous Eden Project in England. This is an attempt to create a viable self-contained eco-system within man-made structures. If proven successful, the entire endeavour might be an answer to our problems of an over-populated world. Imagine an Eden bio-sphere located on Mars. Imagine thousands of Eden bio-spheres […]

The Girl With All The Gifts

The Girl With All The Gifts   by M.R. Carey Some of you may be familiar with this story from the movie of the same name starring Sennia Nanua, Gemma Arterton and Paddy Considine. I confess to not having seen it and was oblivious to the story when I first picked it up. What a pleasure […]

The Cross

The Cross    by Scott G. Mariani This is a vampire tale like so many that exist out there in the dark and murky world of the parasitic blood-sucker. They could have called it the House of Lords. Although the second in a series, The Cross can be read as a stand-alone book (as I […]

Ralph McTell – Streets Of London

Anyone who has ever been in a university dorm with someone who owns a guitar will be all too familiar with this classic. It must be up there with Dylan’s Blowin’ In The Wind as a favourite of drunken young hipsters everywhere across the Celtic Isles. Sadly, this song is relevant today as we face […]

A Savage Hunger

A Savage Hunger  by Claire McGowan I won’t spend too much time on this book as it’s not worth it. It’s cac (that’s Gaelic for shit). Claire McGowan is really Eva Woods. She was born in the Occupied Six Counties of Ireland but currently resides in London. I watched a video clip of the author, […]

The Magus of Hay

The Magus of Hay  by Phil Rickman Interesting novel here. Not interesting because I want to tell you of the wonderful book it is. Interesting because it’s a good example of a fine plot ruined by a poor delivery. The Magus of Hay is number 12 in the Merrily Watkins series. The bold Miss Watkins is […]