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The Colour Of Magic – Terry Pratchett

November 11, 2008


This exciting novel is the first journey we take into Terry Pratchett’s bizarre Discworld series. With over 20 books in the series, each one is as thrilling, witty and laugh-out-loud as the next. The book follows the odd travels of the even odder companions Rincewind and Twoflower. Rincewind is the wizard who just couldn’t who […]

Torchwood: Trace Memory – David Llewellyn

July 31, 2008


Trace Memory is the fifth Torchwood book to be published. It covers the story of Michael Bellini, who was almost killed when a crate being delivered to Torchwood exploded. He is not killed but finds that he leaps uncontrollably through time and has visited every member of the Torchwood team throughout their lifetimes. When he […]

The Supernaturalists – Eoin Colfer

June 25, 2008


This book is one of the many stand-alone novels Eoin has written. Set A few hundred years into the future , where global warming is inches from explosion and society has lost any moral pride. Orphans are looked after in Labour Camps until they are 18. But until then , they are tested upon with […]

Torchwood: Something in the Water – Trevor Baxendale

June 22, 2008


Something in the Water is the fourth Torchwood book to be published. There is an unusually high number of coughs and colds in Cardiff, but this goes unnoticed by Torchwood because they are busy ghost-hunting. They unearth a dead body that, despite its advanced state of decay, is still able to communicate and it seems […]

Torchwood: The Twilight Streets – Gary Russell

June 20, 2008


The characters of Torchwood are taken from the screen to the page in a spectacular fashion in this action-packed tale. We thought that we had seen the last of Billis Manger when he disappeared in End of Days. We were wrong. When an old district of Cardiff is renovated, Toshiko Sato notices that the sponsor […]