Book Review: Beverly Hills Postmate by Charles St. Anthony

I've read a couple of St. Anthony's books (reviewed here), and they're quite entertaining quick reads. So, I was quite chuffed when he asked to send me a free e-copy of his latest via Twitter. Similar to one of his earlier books this is about his time as a delivery driver using the various food … Continue reading Book Review: Beverly Hills Postmate by Charles St. Anthony

Book Review: Return of the Werewolf by Guy N. Smith

As the title suggests, we're in sequel territory here with a werewolf once again menacing the Black Hills. Our hero has been busy, getting married and knocking up his new wife, although returning to his shooting grounds he rekindles his fling with a farmer's wife. The body of the werewolf has gone missing, and it … Continue reading Book Review: Return of the Werewolf by Guy N. Smith

Film Review: Raya and the Last Dragon

The latest Disney animated movie is a gorgeous, gripping and entertaining fantasy adventure which continues the studio's current hot streak. While it lacks some of the traditional Disney aspects (songs and a major villain) it continues their ability to tell fantastic, moving stories with likeable, memorable characters. The film is set in Kumandra, a once … Continue reading Film Review: Raya and the Last Dragon

Book Review: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone

This book is a little different from the ones I normally review because while it's definitely fiction it's not a traditional novel. This is part of the Fighting Fantasy series, and they're a series of roleplaying books where the reader chooses how the action unfolds. I've done books like this as a kid, but this … Continue reading Book Review: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone