Review – Gomorrah: Italy’s Other Mafia by Roberto Saviano

Non-fiction this time: Roberto Saviano’s Gomorrah is an economic analysis fuelled by anger, ripping the sun-kissed flesh from a corrupted body to show the reader what is writhing beneath. In unflinching detail Saviano gives us turf-wars and trials, shootings and strangulations, direct hits and collateral damage; a world in which a character might go on … Continue reading Review – Gomorrah: Italy’s Other Mafia by Roberto Saviano

All Quiet On The Britpulp Front

So, it’s been quiet on Britpulp for a while – securing and settling in to the new day job having got in the way. I’m hoping to post a few quick reviews over the next couple of days to build up a bit of momentum. It may prove a bit rambling…

Book Review – Unclean Spirits by Chuck Wendig

Not crime, this one, Chuck Wendig's Unclean Spirits is the first novel in Abaddon Books' "Gods and Monsters" series. Abaddon are a publisher straight out of the pulp tradition, producing fiction which broadly slots into the horror and dark fantasy category, from the steampunk shared universe of "Pax Brittania" (Al Ewing's Zorro v Nazi's splatterpunk … Continue reading Book Review – Unclean Spirits by Chuck Wendig