Book Review: A Darker Shade of Magic (Shades of Magic Book 1) by V.E. Schwab (published by Titan Books)
This fantasy was an enjoyable read set in an imaginatively crafted world which consists of four Londons: red, grey, white and black. It follows the story of an Antari magician called Kell who can travel through the ‘doors’ that connect each of these worlds.
Book Review: Our Only Chance: An AI Chronicle by Ray Else (published by ELSE)
This sci-fi novel was surprisingly enjoyable and refreshing (especially after my last book Wolf Hall, which was a slog). It was a quick read, fast paced with a touch of philosophical musing but not too heavy, and it had enough debate about the potential good and evil of artificial intelligence that it felt like a balanced piece.
Book Review: Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel (published by Fourth Estate)
I picked up this book after doing an online writing webinar which extolled the brilliance of the language and praised the book as being one of The. Best. Ever. Seriously, the praise was lofty, so I went to my local library (which I LOVE) and found a copy. Unfortunately, the teacher of that webinar’s tastes and mine are clearly miles (many, many, miles) apart!
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