When House Atreides is betrayed, the destruction of Paul’s family will set the boy on a journey toward a destiny greater than he could ever have imagined.
In the second book in the Chronicles of St Mary’s series, Max and the team visit Victorian London in search of Jack the Ripper, witness the murder of Archbishop Thomas a Becket in Canterbury Cathedral, and discover that dodos make a grockling noise when eating cucumber sandwiches.
Meet the disaster-magnets of St Mary’s Institute of Historical Research as they ricochet around History. Their aim is to observe and document – to try and find the answers to many of History’s unanswered questions…and not to die in the process. But one wrong move and History will fight back – to the death. And, as they soon discover – it’s not just History they’re fighting.
When the oceans rise…the truth drowns.
Alice in Wonderland gets a Lovecraftian makeover, all shoved into an LA apartment building.
Holy guacamole. This book, guys–this book–is absolutely crazy. Time travel, bell ringers, political agendas, and can I just say, I have never fretted about a man on his fishing trip more.
I freaking loved this book. The writing, the story, the characters–gah, I was sucked in so completely that I came out the other end googling where I could buy my own custom made parasol.
Jane Eyre with a dash of Nancy Drew and a little bit of Doctor Who. It’s like Christmas came early!
I love creative people. I mean, a heist plot on the moon? I never would have thought of that. Not to mention that the science and math research needed in order to actually sell the idea. Andy Weir, God bless you for dumbing down the science well enough for me to understand. Like his firstContinue reading “Book Review: Artemis by Andy Weir (Spoilers)”