Book Review: The Perfect Weapon by Delilah S. Dawson

Delilah S. Dawson’s The Perfect Weapon is an e-novella starring blink-and-you’ll-miss-her Bazine Netal from The Force Awakens. You’ll remember Bazine as the Harley Quinn-esque bounty hunter who made the call to the First Order on seeing Han Solo & co arriving at Maz Kanata’s bar. And while her screen time was limited, it was enough […]

Happy Xmas (War is over…. and I’ve got a new book out)

So, this is Christmas. And I’ve got a new book out, co-written with none other than David Moody (AUTUMN, HATER).  Grab it right here at the special festive price of 99p/ 99c. HO HO HO! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it

Book Review: Ahsoka by E.K. Johnston

A longtime favourite of the Star Wars universe, Ahsoka Tano first appeared in the animation, Clone Wars, before joining the cast of Rebels in Season 2. This book is set between those two series: although once a Jedi, and Padawan of one Anakin Skywalker no less, when we meet Ahsoka here, she is neither. She […]

Book Review: Cities Of The Dead by Sion Smith

I’ve never read any Jack Kerouac but if I did, I imagine it might be a bit like Sion Smith’s CITIES OF THE DEAD. Beat Poetry, to me, sounds like a sort of noirish slam on regular poetry and that’s kind of what’s going on in this book. It’s like hard-boiled travel writing. Like the […]

Book Review: Lost Stars by Claudia Gray

I’ve always been tempted by the Star Wars tie-in novels or Extended Universe, as it is known by fans. I even dipped my toe into the water, trying one of the X-Wing novels but, to be honest, while there was nothing at all wrong with the writing, I felt the story required you to have […]