Posted on July 29, 2013 by Andrew Cattanach
Booktopia’s Hayley Shephard is one of the most prolific readers. Here she reviews Scarlett Dawn’s new ebook King Hall.
King Hall is a fantasy, full of love, friendship and heartbreak.
Sound familiar? Well it’s not.
The main character Lily Ruckler, is a hybrid: born from a vampire father and a shifter mother. While it’s surprising that these two types of creatures mix in this story, you come to find it is actually taboo – well sort of. The idea of mixing these two completely different creatures, who have long been enemies in the realm of fantasy, is what makes this story so unique and interesting.
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Posted on July 26, 2013 by Andrew Cattanach
Saying we’re excited doesn’t really cover it, as novelist Chuck Palahniuk has confirmed that he is currently working on a follow-up to his groundbreaking 1996 novel Fight Club. But in a twist befitting his award-winning transgressive fiction, it will be published as a graphic novel.
Everyone knows the first (and second) rule of Fight Club is do not talk about Fight Club, but thankfully that doesn’t seem to apply to Fight Club 2.
“I’ve been introduced to artists and creators from Marvel, DC and Dark Horse, and they’re walking me through the process,” Palahnuik wrote on his website, after revealing his plans on a panel at Comic-Con.
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