Lunicorn Press – Publisher Profile

A regular feature where we give an independent publisher the chance to talk about themselves and their projects. When did you start publishing? We began in 2011 with our first in the series of Badger the Mystical Mutt books, since then a further eight books in the series have followed. What made you want to […]

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The House with Chicken Legs

The House With Chicken Legs – Review

The Baba Yaga was always one of my favourite myths and she is part of the world-wide myth cycles of the wise, old woman. The woman who prepares the dead for the afterlife, the ones close to death themselves who have given life and are completing the cycle. Marinka is a young girl who lives […]

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On the Origin of Species

On the Origin of Species – Review

I originally noticed Charles Darwin’s ‘On the Origin of Species’ as retold and beautifully illustrated by Sabina Radeva when it came onto Kickstarter a couple of years ago and was intrigued. This takes the theory of evolution as set out by Charles Darwin and simplifies it, to a certain extent, to make it accessible to […]

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VOX

VOX – Review

I was so late to the VOX party amongst my colleagues, and I have no idea why? It hits all the right targets for me a feminist dystopia looking at what could feasibly happen if we extrapolate from current trends. Vox is set in an imaginable near-future where the ‘moral’ right has transformed the USA […]

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Amelia Fang and the Memory Thief

Amelia Fang And The Memory Thief – Review

Another adventure for Amelia and her fangtastic friends, this time we may get to the root of the problems between Nocturnia and the Kingdom of Light. Just as we thought everything was going to be fine between the two kingdoms after Tangine found his mum and Amelia brought down the nefarious Unicorn Lords, things seem […]

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