Bookshots: 'The Final Programme: The Cornelius Quartet 1' by Michael Moorcock

Bookshots: 'The Final Programme: The Cornelius Quartet 1' by Michael Moorcock

Review by Leah Dearborn
A bit of camp, but worthwhile reading for science fiction fans who want to trace the progression of both the author and the genre he partially helped to form.
Bookshots: 'A Decent Ride' by Irvine Welsh

Bookshots: 'A Decent Ride' by Irvine Welsh

Review by Brandon Tietz
Irvine Welsh returns to Edinburgh, the home of "Trainspotting," with a new novel featuring one of his most iconic and beloved characters — 'Juice' Terry Lawson.
Bookshots: 'Why We Write About Ourselves' edited by Meredith Maran

Bookshots: 'Why We Write About Ourselves' edited by Meredith Maran

Review by Freddie Moore
20 writers get personal about why they expose themselves and others for a good story.
Bookshots: 'The Cowboy Bible' by Carlos Velázquez

Bookshots: 'The Cowboy Bible' by Carlos Velázquez

Velázquez's Mexico is portrayed as both terrifying and hilarious in this translation of his collection of short stories.
Bookshots: 'The Unfinished World' by Amber Sparks

Bookshots: 'The Unfinished World' by Amber Sparks

Review by Freddie Moore
Time machines, orphan taxidermists, this story collection has it all.
"Black Wings Has My Angel" by Elliot Chaze

Bookshots: "Black Wings Has My Angel" by Elliot Chaze

Review by BH Shepherd
January 19, 2016 (2) comments
A brief review of "Black Wings Has My Angel" by Elliot Chaze
Bookshots: 'American Housewife' by Helen Ellis

Bookshots: 'American Housewife' by Helen Ellis

Review by Cath Murphy
I was wrong. America can do satire.
 Bookshots: 'White City' by Seb Doubinsky

Bookshots: 'White City' by Seb Doubinsky

Review by JS Breukelaar
Seb Doubinsky’s 'White City', the latest in his Babylon series, is a book you’re going to love the third time you read it as much as you did the first. Maybe even more.
Bookshots: 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' by Ed Tarkington

Bookshots: 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' by Ed Tarkington

Review by Ed Sikov
An eight-year-old boy adores his older brother, but when the brother leaves the kid stranded in the middle of the woods, he begins to question the relationship.
Bookshots: 'Travelers Rest' by Keith Lee Morris

Bookshots: 'Travelers Rest' by Keith Lee Morris

Review by Leah Dearborn
January 4, 2016 (1) comments
There's a town east of the Cascade Mountains where wayward souls are drawn. Their cars break down, blizzards lure them off the highway for the night. Most of them never leave again.