Although the plot loses some of its intrigue, Wan superbly distracts us with his talent to make the audience feel constantly unsettled.
Incredibly fun with some fantastic gore, but falls just short of its own expectations.
A smooth read, especially if you’re a well-versed Lovecraft fan. If you’re not, Culbard might be able to convince you.
A read with huge amounts of intrigue; there are enough unanswered questions to leave the reader looking forward to part two.
An interesting slab of urban fantasy, but while Cornell is incredibly talented at setting the scene, he isn’t as gifted in capturing dialect.
An incredible amount of humour, some memorable characters, and contextualisation that adds extra depth.
As an independent piece of literature, it’s fun, original, and can stand on its own two legs aside from the movie.
Fun, quirky and dark; this is a brilliantly authored piece of steampunk literature, and then some.
A delightful piece of fan faction that packs some extra surprises; you can tell Martin enjoyed every second of writing.