Off To See The Wizard by Clay Johnston

New to The Bandwagon, Barry McGough reviews Off To See The Wizard by Clay Johnston. Barry is an avid Rush fan and tattoo enthusiast new to reviewing but loves to read. He enjoys real ale and nights in the pub, and weekends in Looe in his caravan and walking with the wife and the Jack Russell. [...]

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False Prophet by Richard Davis

James McStravick reviews False Prophet by Richard Davis. Facebook | @jamesmcstravick   A psychotic terrorist has his son. He will do anything to save him. When a rogue cult turns deadly, the FBI call on former conman Agent Saul Marshall. FALSE PROPHET introduces a gripping new series from thriller writer Richard Davis. Marshall is soon drawn into a [...]

Hunt for the Enemy by Rob Sinclair

Josh Cooper, a member of our reviewing team, reviews Hunt for the Enemy by Rob Sinclair. Rob Sinclair has done what many fail to do, breathe life into character that feels very real. The Enemy Trilogy is a captivating read; a roller coaster ride that you never want to end. You find yourself holding your [...]

Ask the Author: George Eccles

Meet David Spell, new reviewer for The Bandwagon and blogger over at The Scary Reviews. David Spell is the owner of The Scary Reviews, a blog that focuses mainly on Dark Fiction, Thillers/Mysteries and Science Fiction reviews and author interviews along with guest posts and news about these genres. He is an avid reader who [...]

Nightblind by Ragnar Jónasson

Chris Douglas, a member of our talented new team, reviews Nightblind by Ragnar Jónasson. Chris Douglas is a storyteller, word weaver, and new book reviewer for The Bandwagon. He enjoys writing, from novels to scripts, as a way to understand why “they did that” – secretly he’s just nosy. He is often found with a notepad [...]

Winter Reads

The wind is blowing, the leaves are falling, and the nights are drawing in. Pretty lights line the high street, the fluffy jumpers and quirky pyjamas come out of the wardrobe, and the flow of tea is continuous. This is my favourite time of year; between October and December, when the world around us changes [...]

Gollancz Festival 2015

It's that time of year again, where fans of fantasy and science fiction come together and throw books (not literally) at their favourite authors to be signed. GollanczFest is always a treat not to be missed.  Armed with tickets to room 2 and bags full of books, we made our way to Piccadilly Circus, and [...]