Category: Craig’s Corner

Craig’s Corner: Top Ten Books of the Year

Happy Saturday, everyone!, It's been a minute since you've heard from my other half. Craig runs a sports blog that's been way more successful than my book blog, in terms of views - he was even PAID so someone could use a photo that HE TOOK in a real print MAGAZINE. Winter in Scotland means … Continue reading Craig’s Corner: Top Ten Books of the Year

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Craig’s Corner Audiobook Review: Blackout (Dark Iceland #3)

Original Title: Myrknætti Original Publication: July 2011 UK Publication: June 2016 Translator: Quentin Bates Narrator: Leighton Pugh Star rating: 4 stars   First off, "Dark Iceland Book 3" is a bit of a misnomer. For reasons that seem to be unknown to everyone apart from the book's publishers, "Nightblind" the fifth book released in the original Icelandic … Continue reading Craig’s Corner Audiobook Review: Blackout (Dark Iceland #3)

Craig’s Corner Review: Set Me Free

Original title: La tempesta di Sasà (Italian) Original publication: April 2016 Translated publication: September 2018 Translator: Brigid Maher Star rating: 5 stars     *Disclaimer. I received an advance copy of the English translation courtesy of The Text Publishing Company and Netgalley in exchange for a fair review* I've read my fair share of translations. Not one … Continue reading Craig’s Corner Review: Set Me Free

Craig’s Corner Audiobook Review: New York 2140

Published: March 2017 Audiobook Narrator:   Suzanne Toren, Robin Miles, Peter Ganim, Jay Snyder, Caitlin Kelly, Michael Crouch, Ryan Vincent Anderson, Christopher Ryan Grant, Robert Blumenfeld Star rating: 2.5 stars     Ah, where to start on this one? I'd been looking forward to getting round to reading "New York 2140" since it was released last … Continue reading Craig’s Corner Audiobook Review: New York 2140

Introducing Craig’s Corner

Hello, blog world. I'd like to introduce my partner in crime, Craig. The bearded, kilt-wearing, England-resenting, Scottish hunk of man I was fortunate enough to marry in 2016. Like myself, Craig is an avid reader and general cheese enthusiast. His favourite genres include sci-fi/fantasy, crime fiction, and historical fiction. He also enjoys keeping up with … Continue reading Introducing Craig’s Corner