The Green Ember may be classified as a children's book, but its appeal is certainly universal. It's a fantastic read for the entire family to enjoy, and Smith makes his chapter lengths perfect for bedtime reading.
...as the night outside grew darker and colder the night inside became warmer and full of light.
Most people like a good con game. On film. No one wants to be on the receiving end but fictionally it is fun to watch.
This is an album that demands a physical reaction (in my case: air guitar, air drums and random punching the sky) but it is also chock-full of a spiritual power and musical excellence. Virtually guaranteed a place in the 2015 best-ofs and surely a career best for Morse? In many places it's virtually perfect.
...a collaboration by musicians that are masters at what they do, and what they do is produce heavy rock and roll with one foot in the here-and-now and the other foot on a stage somewhere in the heart of classic rock.
What do the Psalms mean?