Star Trek Into Darkness needs more Trek says guest reviewer and fantasy author Philip Reeves

WARNING SPOILERS: Star Trek is one of those TV programmes that I’m always happy to watch, while fully understanding that it’s rubbish. Well, not complete rubbish: the central trio of characters has a kind of mythic resonance, with Spock the man of reason, McCoy the man of feeling, and Kirk the man of action whoContinue reading “Star Trek Into Darkness needs more Trek says guest reviewer and fantasy author Philip Reeves”

The fantastic Steampunk world of illustrator Brian Kesinger

I like to attribute my fascination with Steampunk with my love for reading, in particular the works of author Philip Reeve (Mortal Engines) but, until now, there really wasn’t a name for the type of Victorian science fiction I had come to love. I guess it was just regular-ass “science fiction”, but I, as withContinue reading “The fantastic Steampunk world of illustrator Brian Kesinger”