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Book Review : Worm, the first digital world war

WORM, the first digital world war, by Mark Bowden, author of Black Hawk Down. Blurb The Conficker worm infected its first computer in November 2008 and within a month had infiltrated 1.5 million machines in 195 countries. Banks, telecommunications companies and critical government networks – including the British Parliament and...

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Book review : Blue Moon Rising

Blue Moon Rising – By Simon R. Green Millenium Fantasy : ISBN 1-85798-987-2 What an excellent novel! The heroes are an aging Dragon who’s hoard is a butterfly collection, a sarcastic unicorn, a bad-tempered princess and a cynical prince that rides said unicorn! (Ahem). The goblins that inevitably turn up...

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Book review : Ocean at the end of the lane

The ocean at the end of the lane, by Neil Gaiman I’ll be lazy and copy up the back cover and inside sleeve blurb first! THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE is a novel of childhood and memory. It’s a story of magic, about the power of stories...

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Book review : Baldur’s Gate novels

Baldur’s Gate novels Based on the computer games of the same name: Baldur’s Gate y Philip Athans Baldur’s Gate II Shadows of Amn by Philip Athans ISBN 9-780786-915699 Baldur’s Gate II Throne of Bhaal by Drew Karpyshyn ISBN 9-780786-926305 Published by Wizards of the Coast In brief, they are a...

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Book review : Salvatore’s Demon Trilogy

R.A. Salvatore – The Demon Trilogy The Demon Awakens ISBN 1-85798-827-2 The Demon Spirit ISBN 1-85798-904-X The Demon Apostle ISBN 1-85798-923-6 Published by Millennium Fantasy As a long time fan of Salvatore how could I not read these three meaty tomes. There’s a lot in these besides the words, but...

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Book review: David Gemmel’s Morningstar

David Gemmel’s Morningstar David Gemmel, Morningstar, Published by Arrows Books Ltd   (ISBN 0-09-922891-2) I have yet to read a book by David Gemmel that I didn’t enjoy, but this particular novel is passing brilliant. As well as being thought-provoking, it gives a book a realistic view. The heroes saving...