Tag Archives: science


Fallen Angels

With Fallen Angels I made an infrequent visit to the world of Science Fiction, and a rather unusual one at that. The novel, set in a dystopian near-future in which a strong green push to prevent global warming has, ironically, resulted in an ice age, […]


The Coral Thief

Entranced by it’s beautiful cover and intriguing blurb, I bought The Coral Thief by Rebecca Stott on a whim at a second-hand store a few months ago. An extremely well-researched historical novel, it takes place in Paris shortly after Napoleon was defeated at Waterloo. The […]