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Review: Preincarnate by Shaun Micallef

Review: Preincarnate by Shaun Micallef

If you're new here, why not subscribe to our email updates or follow us on Facebook? You can also add us to your Google Reader. Thanks for visiting! Preincarnate is not so much a novella as it is a whorl of ideas fashioned into a jauntily tipped hat, with said hat draped over a grassy barrow of anachronisms, with said anachronistic barrow then dug up by a French...

Lisa Stasse’s The Forsaken and my frustrations with dystopian YA

Lisa Stasse’s The Forsaken and my frustrations with dystopian YA

With its Katniss-lookalike cover illustration, stark black and red cover scheme, and Hunger Games-reminiscent font, you could be forgiven for mistaking Lisa M Stasse’s The Forsaken for fan fiction. But never fear, if you didn’t make the connection, the “if you love The Hunger Games read this!” blurb on the back will drive home the...

1Q84, The Midwich Cuckoos and Liz Jensen’s The Uninvited

1Q84, The Midwich Cuckoos and Liz Jensen’s The Uninvited

 (probably contains spoilers, so stop reading if that sort of thing bothers you) If I’ve learned anything from books this year, it’s that if humanity as we know it is going to come to an end, it’s going to be kids that are the helm of it all. Liz Jensen’s The Uninvited bundles up all of the psychotic adolescence of Lord of the...

Being God and Playing Frankenstein in Grant and Applegate’s Eve & Adam

Being God and Playing Frankenstein in Grant and Applegate’s Eve & Adam

“It’s the fate of all creators: they fall in love with their creations.” The maker-creation binary is at the heart of Eve & Adam, the latest release from YA authors Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate. However, it’s not as simple as this snappy sentence above might suggest. The fact that these words are spoken by Terra Spiker, a...

Ordinary protagonists, ordinary invasions and John Wyndham’s The Midwich Cuckoos

Ordinary protagonists, ordinary invasions and John Wyndham’s The Midwich Cuckoos

  “One of the luckiest accidents in my wife’s life is that she happened to marry a man who was born on the 26th of September,” begins John Wyndham’s The Midwich Cuckoos. “But for that we should both of us undoubtedly have been at home in Midwich on the night of the 26th-27th, with consequences which, I have never ceased to be...

Book Review: 1.4 by Mike Lancaster

Book Review: 1.4 by Mike Lancaster

“I am the boy running around trying to tell the world that the sky is falling. And you know what? It’s not an acorn this time. The sky really is falling in.” Peter Vincent’s father is a world-renowned scientist, the man responsible for engineering a species of mechanical bees to replace the dwindling originals. It’s an act...

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