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Return To Aldebaran: Episode 1

By Leo Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849184618 Now here’s a very pleasant surprise indeed. A new Aldebaran series by Leo! It’s the fifth series in the saga to date and does the nifty trick of tying together the various plot threads and characters into a unified story.  Kim has been nominated by the alien species as […]

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Distant Worlds: Episode 3

By Leo & Icar Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183796 Paul’s been rescued from his dilemma in the pearl beds and is even offered a job as a result, but it’s the search for his father that still occupies his mind. Declining the job he’s now stuck with little money, and to make matters worse a run […]

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Distant Worlds Episode 1

By Leo & Icar Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183758 Rather splendidly, there’s a new Leo book out, and like Aldebaran it’s set on a distant colony world struggling to find its feet.  It begins with the arrival of a mother and her two young adult children, summoned to Altair-3 by the husband and father they’ve all […]

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Valerian And Laureline Vol 22: Memories From The Futures

By Mézières & Christin Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183383 And so we reach the conclusion of Mézières and Christin’s saga, told across 22 volumes of creative, thoughtful and sometimes bizarre tales. This final book is an end piece, or an appendix, rather than the last chapter, collating a brief series of vignettes about characters we’ve met […]

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Valerian And Laureline Vol 21: The Time Opener

By Mézières & Christin Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183376 I’ve been trying to avoid anything in the way of spoilers so was rather surprised to learn that this is in fact the final part of the saga, despite there being a volume 22 after this. I’d been anticipating a two book epic to bring everything to […]

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Valerian & Laureline Vol 20: The Order Of The Stones

By Mézières and Christin Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183369 Although we’re moving ever closer to the dramatic climax of Mézières and Christin’s opus I can’t help but feel, in all the building tension, drama, and excitement, a bit of sadness that it will be soon be over. I’ve even been a little reluctant to pick this […]

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