Sunday, 27 July 2014

The Simpsons/Family Guy Crossover Episode Trailer!

If you're a fan of Family Guy and/or The Simpsons, this may just be the thing for you!

This San Diego Comic Con footage "Simpsons Guy" was debuted online by Entertainment Weekly. This is literally the ultimate crossover. Everyone's speculated the idea, myself included, for years and now it's happening!

The Simpsons have only ever done one crossover episode with The Critic in all of their 25 seasons. Their second time will be coming this autumn when they meet up with the Griffins from Family Guy for their season premier. The trailer was shown at San Diego Comic Con to the delight of many fans before being exclusively put online for those not there.

This episode will a special hour long one where Peter Griffin and his family get lost and find themselves in Springfield where they quickly befriend The Simpsons. The video shows the similarities between Peter Griffin and Homer Simpson and between Bart Simpson and Stewie Griffin resulting in hilarious scenes between them all. However there are some stark differences in humour between them also. While Peter and Homer fight over Pawtuckett Patriot beer tasting exactly like Duff, Bart and Stewie try out a couple of prank calls which some viewers have found controversial. Even I thought Stewie's idea of a prank call was a bit extreme but considering I'm used to Seth Macfarlane/Family Guy's humour I soon found myself guiltily giggling.

Not only that, for fans of The Simpsons, they are also going to be doing another crossover episode with Futurama in November titled "Simpsorama".

There have been various opinions on this footage, some thinking this is just an attempt for both cartoons to get viewers again as they seem to be losing their touch for having gone on for so long. Some think this is the best idea ever and can't wait for the full episode.

So what do you think of the 5 minute footage yourself? Do you think Family Guy is too extreme for The Simpsons' tame humour? Do you agree that both cartoons are losing their touch? Or are you excited for this?

Any comments will be greatly appreciated.

Thankyou for reading.

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Film Review: Transformers - Age Of Extinction.

So I finally saw this film last night and I was very disappointed with a lot of things but also still a bit satisfied as I got my fill of robots fighting robots which always seems to be a hit for me. But there were so many things wrong with this film that I literally don't even know where to start.

Well first I'll give you a bit of background if you don't already know yet, Transformers: Age of Extinction is the sci-fi, action film based on the Transformers franchise directed by Michael Bay and executive produced by Steven Spielberg. This fourth instalment had an all new cast unlike those prior and its leading man was surprisingly (or was that just me?) Mark Wahlberg. It takes place after the attack in Chicago five years earlier in Transformers: Dark of the Moon which leaves the humans picking up the pieces. A group of controlling, inventive scientists and businessmen attempt to rid the world of all Transformers, both Autobots and Decepticons, by using their new technology as well as pushing the boundaries on their new creations which are soon out of their control.

The film came out on the 27th of June this year and its reception wasn't the best it has had with its other films apparently. Of course there was the usual admiration for the stunning visual effects and the tremendous action scenes which involved huge robots fighting other huge robots which is pretty much everyone's cup of tea. But it was a very a plot heavy film which soon became tedious and far too long with its run time ending at 165 minutes - even longer than the previous films. 

Mark Wahlberg's character is a Texan inventor called Cade Yeager (yeah, I know.) who is always looking to find junk that he can mould into other things. He finds an old truck which soon seems to be more than a vehicle. To be honest, Cade is probably the only character you just about care for. He is instantly likeable, probably because it is Mark Wahlberg after all, I haven't seen a bad film from him yet. He's portrayed as this underdog who just wants what's best for his daughter who's unbelievably annoying, grating and whiny. As well as her, there was her patronizing and incredibly smug boyfriend played by Jack Reynor. Both of them are so pointless and unnecessary in this film because all the daughter, Tessa, does is whine, scream for help and defy her father and all the boyfriend does is act cocky and push the fact he's dating Tessa and that she's all grown up now in Cade's face while apparently being the only one who can drive really, really well (this will make more sense if you go and see it).

Both of them could have been easily cut out of the film and no one would have missed them. Speaking of characters being cut out, when one of the Autobot favourites Bumblebee comes flying into the screen there is literally no mention of his friend Sam Witwicky who he has been protecting so fiercely for the past three films. Now I don't know if this is because Shia Lebouf has gone all weird recently and you certainly don't miss him in this film but you find yourself wanting an explanation, as it's only been five years in the storyline between the two films, as to why it feels like they're just acting as if the last three films never happened.

While we're on the subject of story-lines, this film was simply stuffed with them. So stuffed that you become confused as to what is actually central to the film and who is being really targeted. They all desperately try to link up somehow and fail to do so, leaving things unclear and not easy to follow. It starts off with the story of Optimus Prime and his crew fighting against the human-hating Transformers seemingly at the centre of the film then it turns to Cade's constant unnecessary battle with his petulant, insufferable teenage daughter and her swaggering boyfriend which had so many pointless scenes, including an ACTUAL scene where they discussed statutory rape laws. Utterly ridiculous. Not only that they then switched to some plot of Transformer hunting for homeland security to then a more bigger, not-introduced-until-the-last-hour-or-so undeveloped plot of Optimus Prime's mysterious beginning and where he came from.

But there was one thing all the way through the film that really got on my nerves and it was Michael Bay's leering camera shots that trailed up and down Nicola Peltz's (Tessa) long legs in those bloody short shorts. Now I don't know if this is just the feminist within me but seriously, it is 2014 people! Why are women still being sexualized in these types of films? Literally ALL of the female characters in this movie were sexually objectified and wore tight, revealing clothes. No women in this, especially the daughter, were of any help and literally ran around screaming and making things worse.

I could rant about women being constantly sexualized but that's another post.. another problem I had was how they used Stanley Tucci's character. Seriously, I love this actor and he completely shines every time in any film but in this he was so annoying and massively unfunny. I don't believe this is his fault but it is of the screenwriter Ehren Kruger. There was just a constant flow of crap jokes and scenes that could've have been easily removed thus shortening the film's length of time!

Not only that, when the fight takes place in Hong Kong (I won't spoil the reasons why they're there) there seems to be a racial stereotype in place. It's suddenly implied that all Chinese people are magically amazing at martial arts. For example, a certain elevator scene with Stanley Tucci and a chinese woman, a bystander in the elevator has no significance but suddenly becomes involved when Tucci and the lady are attacked. Out of nowhere, he seems to be a sudden expert in martial arts and takes out a few of the attackers for no reason at all when it's nothing to do with him. It just seems like a lazy and clichéd plot device which served no purpose at all.

I could go on more about the mistakes in the film but in the end, I just sort of tuned out and just waited for the action scenes. In the end it just becomes a big blur of robots where you can't even make out who's fighting who, falling buildings/bridges and crushed cars. I heard there was supposedly a surprise ending but I certainly wasn't surprised, just disappointed and things were left unclear and it was just a shambles at the end really. Basically if you're a fan of loud, robot fighting action scenes full of effects and nothing else then this is for you.

To tell you the truth, I'm usually a big fan of big action movies and Transformers has always been right up my street and while the fighting scenes were great as always, it wasn't enough to overpower the jam-packed storyline, the annoying characters and the laughable dialogue ("my face is my warrant" "I knew you had a conscious  because you're an inventor like me!" seriously???). 

I'm sorry if this review seems long to you but I can only be honest and I just felt like I was cheated with this film as I was pretty excited to see it.

So yeah go and see it for the usual fantastic, effects-driven robot fighting but don't be expected to be blown away by anything else.

Thankyou for reading.

Monday, 21 July 2014

R.I.P James Garner.

"When I started working, I didn't have a clue what I was doing, in that I was just wandering around, hoping I could succeed.
Then after I got a little under my belt, it took me about 25 years to feel like I knew what I was doing."

Another great has gone.

James Garner, the modest and witty actor, has died at the age of 86 after enjoying a long life of success on both small and big screens. Sadly, according to the police, he died of natural causes.

If you don't know of Garner, he was famous for starring in the hit TV series Maverick in the late 1950s and The Rockford Files in the 1970s. He was a very determined, self-contained man and didn't hesitate to challenge both studios on Maverick and Rockford after he felt he was being mistreated. He won the two cases he made against them.

He has starred in classics such as; Sayonara (1957), The Great Escape (1963), Victor/Victoria (1982), Space Cowboys (2000), The Notebook (2004) and many, many others. He has a long list of nominations from the Emmys, Golden Globes, SAG Awards and the Oscars. He also received a Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award back in 2004.

Like most young people my age, I only knew of James Garner from the poignant The Notebook where he played the older version of Ryan Gosling's character Noah where he had to help Gena Rowlands' Allie remember her past by telling her their very own love story. I also knew of Garner in 8 Simple Rules, the television series, when he joined the cast after the death of John Ritter. I knew then how versatile he was.. he could play very witty characters and he could also be emotional and moving in others.

I am very sad another exceptional actor has died.
He was very humble and quiet within himself in life but on the screen he shined.

He will be missed very much.

R.I.P James Garner.

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Friday, 18 July 2014

The Script Drop A New Album This September!

Oh. My. God.
The Script have just literally announced information about their new album in an exclusive interview with Google+ in a livestream! I am so, so excited! They are my favourite band ever and I have seen them live twice now.. and shamefully cried a lot aswell! 

For those who don't know who these are, The Script are an Irish rock band from good old Dublin (I can't resist Dublin accents!) and they formed back in 2001. The band is made up of three gentlemen and they are; Danny O'Donoghue (my favourite) who is the lead vocalist/pianist who also sometimes plays acoustic guitar in the live shows, Mark Sheehan - vocalist/guitarist and Glen Power who is the drummer. There is also sometimes a fourth man called Ben Sargeant who provides bass guitar for the band in the live shows. 

They have been brilliantly successful during their time in the charts. They have had three albums out and ALL of them have been in the number one spot in the UK and Ireland. Their first album titled The Script debuted back in 2008 which had two hit songs The Man Who Can't Be Moved and Breakeven (Falling To Pieces). In 2010 their second album Science & Faith, a personal favourite of mine, featured the hits For The First Time and Nothing; this album even entered the US Billboard 200 at number three. Their third album simply named #3 was again at number one with the hit song Hall Of Fame where they collaborated with Black Eyed Peas star Danny also appeared on The Voice UK, seasons 1 and 2, before leaving to bring back focus on the and create their new album!

In the livestream, the three lads looked nervous yet full of energy as they answered questions from fans around the world from places such as Holland, Africa, Ireland and the US. They were so sweet and when asked who their superheroes were, Glen said the fans were their superheroes and all of them passionately spoke of their love for what they call The Script Family and how close of a unit we all are by connecting through social media.

Excitingly, they revealed the new artwork (pictured above) and the name of the new album which is No Sound Without Silence. They spoke briefly about the detail of the artwork, what it represents and what we can expect from the album. Luckily I, alongside many others, got to hear 30 second snippets of a couple of songs from the album on the livestream and I have to say I did get a bit emotional (sad I know!) and I can feel that I will love this album very much, possibly more than the others.

The signal on my ipad was a bit patchy at times but I think I heard correctly when they announced that their new single Superheroes is out this Monday from 8am and the album itself will come out the 15th of September! I am so thrilled, I have waited for absolutely ages to hear something new from these guys and here we get a new single AND a new album date!

I hope, like me, you're a fan of this band because they are beyond unbelievable and they are absolutely stunning live. Both of my experiences were heavenly and were exactly everything I ever wanted and more. There is absolutely nothing for me on Earth, just yet, that matches that feeling of seeing your favourite, beloved band on that stage performing.

Also.. new album means a new tour surely!?

I hope so, I can't wait.

The single Superheroes - Monday.
No Sound Without Silence Album - 15th September.
Pre-Order details are yet to be available. 

Thankyou for reading.

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Marvel FanGirls Unite!

Thor god of thunder Mjolnir 

If you haven't already heard, I am ecstatic to bring this news to you that MARVEL ARE INTRODUCING THE FIRST FEMALE THOR IN A NEW COMIC BOOK SERIES.

They introduced this new announcement by turning to ABC's "The View" by revealing a new female Thor in a new comic book series. Written by Jason Aaron and with detailed art by Russell Dauterman, it'll be published in October.

"No longer is the classic male hero able to hold the mighty hammer, Mjönir, a brand new female hero will emerge who will be worthy of the name Thor." Marvel said when making the statement.

"The inscription on Thor's hammer read 'Whosoever holds this hammer, if HE be worth, shall possess the power of Thor.' Well it's time to update that inscription," said Wil Moss, the Marvel editor. "The new Thor continues Marvel's proud tradition of strong female characters like Captain Marvel, Storm, Black Widow and more. And this new Thor isn't a temporary female substitute - she's now the one and only Thor, and she is worthy."

This is absolutely exciting news. This new female character, Thor, is said to be the 8th title to feature a leading female character, this will aim at women and girls more so as they weren't the target audience for such a long time.. female Thor joins the growing list of female-centric titles that allows new readers to join the Marvel world of superheroes.

As a genuine female Marvel fan myself, this is great news and I cannot wait to see it published and enticing women around the world to join in. It is about time women are recognised as strong human beings and not weak, feeble side characters or worse, damsels in distress/boring love interests.

I hope you are thrilled with this as much as I am so leave your comments below.

Who run the world? GIRLS!

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Book Review: Lolito By Ben Brooks.

So I have just finished reading this book and I have to say I am a little bit disappointed even though it is quite a funny story but weirdly still okay enough to recommend. I decided to take an interest in this novel after Carrie Hope Fletcher recommended it so highly on her YouTube channel.

As the title clearly suggests this is a gender-swapped story similar to Lolita written by Vladimir Nabokov in 1955. 21 year old Ben Brooks' own novel is about a fifteen year old boy oddly named Etgar who is living life as a modern day teenager who suffers with anxiety over what he calls 'The Outside' (the regular street or town to you and me). He is cheated on by his long time girlfriend and first love Alice at a house party. Since he regularly uses social media, Facebook statuses and depends on random, often bizarre YouTube videos, in an online chat room, he poses as a mortgage broker in his twenties and gets talking to a middle-aged woman who is an attractive, fed up housewife called Macy. After going on a seven day drinking binge alongside various pills, he engages in inappropriate relations with her.

Taking into account the subject of the book, it isn't as tongue-in-cheek as you'd expect. Yes there are some quite graphic details of what Etgar and Macy get up to online but Brooks is more involved with the central character's despair over his failed relationship with Alice, his alcoholic rages and film anecdotes. It is peculiar to find yourself wanting more disturbing scenes within the book considering what it is about. You find yourself wanting more details about Etgar and Macy's time together when they do finally meet up in a London hotel. Macy is just a seemingly bored housewife with no paedophilic desires although she does seem still go through certain sexual acts with him despite finding out his real age upon meeting him. It just seemed to me that, despite the nature of the book, Ben Brooks just seemed hesitant to fully follow through with handling such a controversial subject. Also when their affair is eventually discovered, it seems to happen through dramatic inevitability rather than being developed logically throughout the story.

I will admit though, Brooks' does very well capturing the voice of a 21st-century teenager with the plausible insertion of Facebook statuses and internet chatrooms which gives you an insight into the lives that are lived partially online by more or less everyone these days. Through this, he does all of this with great humour and delivers a comedic element that entwines with Etgart's anxiety. However this isn't enough to feel sympathetic towards Etgar's dilemma with Alice and Macy's portrayal as the bored wife at home is sometimes quite clichéd which makes it seems like a lazy plot device. In time, the book becomes monotonous and tedious which makes what was an appealing idea in the beginning become limited and not used to its full potential.

However I would say it is worth a read just for the comedy as that is the only thing I cannot fault and it is perfectly timed throughout the novel. I would recommend no one under the age of 16 should read this as there are graphic details of a sexual nature. I haven't read his other books and this may not be the book of the year but I do think Ben Brooks is someone to keep an eye on!

What do you think of my review? Have you read this book too?
I will be so grateful for any of your thoughts.

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Sunday, 13 July 2014

Stop Cuts To Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs)!

The responsible department for this ridiculousness is the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. David Willetts (pictured above), is the Minister for Universities and Science has announced the 'modernisation' of the grant students with disabilities get from the government; the Disabled Students Allowances (DSA).

The original detail of this so called modernisation is a series of cuts in provision, placing the funding burden on Universities and individual students. There is an online petition which highlights the cuts that'll be made and what they'll do:

- Reduce the access to higher education for students with disabilities and dyslexia.
- Reduce successful outcomes with less support meaning lower degree classifications for students who require additional support.
- Reduce the employment prospects for graduates with disabilities and dyslexia.
- Increase the drop out/failure rate in universities amongst disabled and dyslexic students.

This is disgusting and this petition will hopefully gain enough signatures to stop such cuts. As the appeal has had over 10,000 signatures, the appropriate Government department have provided the following response:

"We note the concerns expressed in the e-petition. The aims of these reforms are not to reduce or limit the level of support available to disabled student, but rather to rebalance responsibility between the Government and higher education institutions which now face legal obligations under the Equality Act.

The Department for Business Innovation and Skills is working with a range of stakeholders including those from the Special Education Needs and Disability sector, in order to advise our policy and develop guidance. Meetings are ongoing to assist our effort in quantifying what reasonable adjustments an Higher Education Institutions would be expected to make, and what Disabled Students' Allowance should support.

This e-petition remains open to signatures and will be considered for debate by the Backbench Business Committee should it pass the 100,000 signature threshold."

So far this petition, created by Rob Fidler, only has 16,863 signatures and that is pitiful if we need 100,000 to even get a debate sorted out. Yes, I am thankful for those who have already signed it but we need more to make a change. There has been no media interest in this at all and it is up to people online to spread this around as much as they can.

Stephen Fry has even tweeted his thoughts about this:
"Government cuts to Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) – What next? Please sign this petition updates at

I think it is terrible that the less able are being targeted when they're the ones who need specific help in universities. To cut their funding that helps them get the support they need, the Government are not allowing them the same opportunities the other students have. This will give disabled and dyslexic students less chance to complete a degree and less of a chance of getting a job they want like anybody else. The cuts will only lead to further inequality within society and we can't have that.

It will ask for you for personal details but I promise you these are kept safe and not shared with anybody else, it is only for the purpose of the petition.

It closes on the 11th of April in 2015 so we still have a fair bit of time.

To see any changes made, you can follow NADP_UK on Twitter aswell.

I constantly see posts on here, on Tumblr, on Twitter etc. about inequality in society so let's not further it, sign up and share this petition and/or this post on every social media you may have so the government can withdraw this policy statement. 

I only hope this doesn't come into effect because everyone deserves equal opportunities in this world and deserves the education they wish to receive. 

Thankyou for reading and thankyou if you sign up.

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Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Makeup Review: L'Oréal Paris True Match Foundation In N1 Ivory.


So my skin is pretty crazy right now and I am just having trouble of covering up all my nasty blemishes and trying to find the perfect foundation to cover them up. I came across this foundation from L'Oréal and it is called True Match Foundation. Cheryl Cole is currently the face of the advertisement but since I'm not a fan of her, she wasn't what drew me to the product.


 It is ideal if you want a perfect complexion and it is the first foundation that matches the skin tone AND texture of your face! It provides an even coverage that allows it to look natural so it makes it look like you are not wearing anything on your face. It blends easily onto your skin and leaves a flawless finish by hiding the imperfections you wish to hide, all without that 'caked in makeup' look.


Since I naturally have oily and sometimes dry skin, it is oil free and non-comedogenic! It comes in 22 diverse shades, ranging from golden ivory to cappuccino and my chosen colour is currently N1 Ivory as I am quite pale and every other colour in any foundation seems to leave me looking orange unfortunately. 

 Sorry for the messy lid, I've had it a while now! 

 But this is my own bottle to show you how it looks just incase you wish to buy the same as mine.

Obviously the main selling point for me is that it matches any skin colour which is exactly what I want as I don't wear that much makeup and very rarely spend alot on just foundations. Like I said, I am fairly pale and most foundations do look dark/orange-like on me so this was quite good for me to use. I've been using it for a few months now and I'm pretty impressed. However I was initially wary of it because the consistency is quite thin, watery and runny really but it turns out this is quite useful. You can add layers of it without it becoming too 'cakey' and this allows the coverage to be more heavier should you need it to be. I use about 2 to 3 layers of it and that seems to be enough to get my preferred coverage.


If you wish to buy it yourself, you can get it at Boots here for £9.99!


This is a pretty good price as other high end make up can be quite costly whereas this just comes in just under a tenner which is pretty good for such a good brand.


I hope you like it as much as I did.


Have you tried L'Oréal True Match Foundation yourself, did you like it? 

What did you think of my review?


Please leave some comments on your thoughts.


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Sunday, 6 July 2014

Rape Is Rape.

SERIOUS OFFENCE:  Lee Setford has been found guilty of rape and has been jailed for five years. 
This disgusting, supposedly human being is called Lee Setford who seemingly 'lost control' and raped a drunken woman who was passed out/sleeping at his home. The judge seems to think he doesn't fit the 'classic rapist' image and excuses his behaviour! Setford, 29, claims the 24 year old consented to having sex with him but thankfully, the jury believed the woman's story that she had woken up on his sofa to find him having sex with her. They took two hour and half hours to unanimously find Lee Setford guilty of rape following a trial last week. He got five years in jail.

But despite this decision Judge Michael Mettyear, the honorary recorder of Hull and the East Riding, decided to comfort the defendant and believed that Setford didn't rape the woman but just couldn't 'resist' the temptation.

He actually went on to say:

"It's sad to see a man of generally good character in the dock for such a serious offence. I do not regard you as a classic rapist. I do not think you are a general danger to strangers. You are not the type who goes searching for a woman to rape.

This was a case where you just lost control of normal restraint.

It was almost out of the blue that two girls turned up late at night very, very drunk at your home. The victim was the worst for drink out of the two of them. She was completely out of it. I accept that evidence.

She was a pretty girl who you fancied. You simply could not resist. You had sex with her." 

A JUDGE in a COURT OF LAW actually said all of this and incredibly ignored the effects this incident has had on the woman. She has been unable to work for a while, she's had to take anti-depressants and she's no longer happy and has lost her outgoing spirit.

Lee Setford does NOT have 'good character', he has been in prison before in 2009 for battery. He is a rapist. There is no denying it. There are no excuses for it.

There isn't such a thing as a classic rapist either. There aren't different types of rapists, like a bloody chocolate box where there are different flavours of chocolate sweets! This idea completely undermines rape survivors and completely degrades them more than they already have been.  

Rape is not about losing control or restraint. It is full on assault.

It doesn't matter if the person is drunk and/or passed out.
It doesn't matter if she was pretty and you fancy her.
If the person says no or doesn't give consent, you stay the hell away from her.

Rape is rape.
It is NEVER okay.

Thankyou for reading.

Friday, 4 July 2014

Quote of the Day.

"If you think you're too small to have an impact,
try going to bed with a mosquito in the room."

-Bette Reese.

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Book Review: Relentless By Dean Koontz.

Dean Koontz is one of my favourite authors and I really enjoyed this book by him, Relentless. The international bestseller's book is about the predicament a successful author Cullen "Cubby" Greenwich and his wife Penny, his intelligent son Milo and dog Lassie are in as they are stalked and hunted by the seemingly untouchable, "America's most feared critic" Shearman Waxx. He's after Cubby and his family and is intent on destroying them and everything they hold dear.

This book is brilliant and after the first 35 pages, there is a fast pace which doesn't let up until the ending. I was worn out just reading it! The graphic details of Waxx's killings and tortures of other authors leave you squirming and praying the Greenwich family escape from the same fate. I won't say too much as it will most likely spoil almost all of the book for you. With the exception of the last 25 pages or so of the book, Relentless was absolutely riveting and full of action.
Like I said, the last 25 pages aren't as great as the rest of the book. Shearman's mother, Zazu, is pivotal to the story as she seems to be his teacher in torturing and killing but she is only introduced at the ending which allows the reader to only see hints of how different of a mother she is compared to Penny. As you are totally engrossed in the story, you're wanting to know more about her and her past and maybe see her in action to see how she influenced Shearman but none of this was to be. 

The ending is tied up far too quickly and easily for me as it felt like Cubby and his family just disappeared easily despite the amount of effort, from Waxx and his associates, that went into hunting them. Considering it was such an action packed and fast paced book, I felt like the conclusion should have been the same and given the climax it deserved. However this just might be me nitpicking as the rest of the book overpowers this small detail and is incredible enough for me to recommend it to you.

So I think you should go and buy it and experience the ride aswell!

You can buy other people's used copies from Amazon from 1p!
Or if you wish to have a completely new copy, it's only £5.66

Thankyou for reading.