Shaun Nightshade

My views on the world, music, books and writing. Sometimes ranting, sometimes raving, but always something to say.

Always open to discussion and feedback.

The Fever King by Victoria Lee

The story is expertly written, I was surprised that this was a debut novel. The world created was believable and at the same time it was a terrible place to be alive.

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Planning

“It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him.” JRR Tolkien It was stiflingly warm in the mess tent. The sun was really out in force. I guess trying to make for the past few days of rain. The smell as

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The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths – A Book Review

Elly Griffiths is an author I’ve begun to trust when it comes to crime, suspense stories. I was hooked on her Ruth Galloway series (note to self: do a review of them soon), the first real crime books I read and the ones that got me hooked on the genre.

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Sunshine Blogger Award

Many thanks for @lilyannawrites for nominating me to do this particular blog post. Rules: Thank the blogger(s) that nominated you in the post and link back to their blog Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you Nominate other blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions

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Why I think we need a peoples vote

So before I start I should come clean, I voted to remain in the referendum. However I always accepted that the public had spoken and their wishes should be accepted, I mean that’s democracy right? Even though I dread the thought of everything it entails I stand by democracy. However

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The Word is Murder by Anthony Horowitz – A Book Review

Anthony Horowitz is a name usually associated with young adult books. Who can forget the great Alex Rider series that sustained our imagination through adolescence? Along with his short books like ‘The Phone Goes Dead’ he showed his skill in writing suspense laden books as well as creating tension and

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Things Can Only Get Better 🙂

‘Another year over and a new year just begun‘ so says the great John Lennon. It’s the time to take stock on the past year and look ahead to the next one. A chance to reflect on the past year and make tentative plans for the one ahead. Small steps

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