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Average rating: 5 based on 2 reviews

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5 Stars. Riveting read.
Excellent read, the author's descriptive writing really helps to visualise the scene. The unusual change of career for a portly middle aged school teacher, who gets involved in very strange activities keeps your attention. Recommended reading.

Betsy Roberts

Betsy Roberts

Overall, I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars. Though it is a bit repetitive at the beginning of the book, it is well worth the building of the story as the second part is phenomenal. The story is really engaging and perfect for those who want to sink their teeth into a length and gripping story about an ambitious and clever woman.

Betsy Roberts

Betsy Roberts

"Excellent read, well written, highly recommended, bought another for a Christmas present, looking forward to the the next book."

The April Letters

The April Letters

Quite a page turner. Good believable characters and interesting family story. April fulfilled the essential roll of confidante and best friend admirably. Altogether a good read and quite a page turner. Really enjoyed it.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant
A most enjoyable read. Stayed up most of the night reading it. It was both funny and intense. Can’t wait for the next book.

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Thoroughly enjoyed this book and can’t wait until the follow up of Mykee Kane escapades. Would definitely recommend it from a new author

Our Lady of Mumbles

Our Lady of Mumbles

Authentic and compelling!

Hideous Night

Hideous Night

‘Hideous Night’ is a madcap, helter-skelter of a trans-universal adventure, full of comic-book pace and a vivid sense of outrageous possibilities. Mixing plausible futures with the implausible physics of quantum computers, excimer lasers, thorium fission reactors and xenobots (to my mind, at least, but then I was thrown out of ‘O’ level physics for misbehaviour.) This latest novel describing an end-of-days scenario is another solid, entertaining and engaging attempt by Martyn Vaughan to push at boundaries, tilt at windmills and take his own writing a little bit further, if the width of a second universe can in any sense be considered as a little bit further. If ever you thought scientists were sedate and dry and completely averse to adventure think again.

Hideous Night

Hideous Night

5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely brilliant.
I enjoyed The book from start to finish. The story grips the reader and doesn't let go! Excellent for horror enthusiasts.

Hideous Night

Hideous Night

5.0 out of 5 stars

Don't go near the beam line!

Those superstrings will get you if you go too close.
The storyline hums along at a cracking pace, spreading
mayhem in all directions. And the title is a quotation
from Shakespeare. What more could you ask.