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Department 19: Battle Lines by Will Hill

Battle Lines is the third book in a series and so there is a good chance that there may be minor spoilers in this review (honest, I'm not kidding around you know). Oh well, don't say I didn't give you fair warning. Dracula is on the verge of coming into his full power. Department 19 is on the back foot. Ladies and gentlemen: welcome to war. The stakes? Mankind’s very survival… As the clock ticks remorselessly towards Zero Hour and the return of Dracula, the devastated remnants of Department Read more [...]

The Eloquent Page 2012 Review

Another year is nearly done, and if this post has been published then it appears that those Mayan types were wrong (or we're now living on borrowed time. I can't decide which). 2012 has been a busy year here at The Eloquent Page. I've read over one hundred books and managed to attend three conventions.  So, without any further ado here is my annual post covering my highlights of the year. Book of the Month (January to December) Jan - Hell Train by Christopher Fowler Feb - Cyber Circus by Read more [...]

Department 19: The Rising by Will Hill

A word of caution - Department 19: The Rising is a direct sequel to Department 19. If you haven't read the first book in this series, and you really should, there is a distinct possibility that this review may contain minor spoilers. You have been warned! 91 DAYS TILL ZERO HOUR. THAT'S 91 DAYS TO RUN. 91 DAYS TO HIDE. OR 91 DAYS TO PRAY FOR DEPARTMENT 19 TO SAVE YOU… After the terrifying attack on Lindisfarne at the end of the first book, Jamie, Larissa and Kate are recovering at Read more [...]

Department 19 by Will Hill

Department 6 is the Army. Department 13 is MI5. Department 19 is the reason you're alive. When I initially launched The Eloquent Page I didn't even consider reading, never mind reviewing, any young adult fiction. Towards the end of last year I changed my mind and decided to take the plunge. I read The Enemy by Charlie Higson and All You Need is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka and I have to admit I was just blown away by both. They were great examples of their respective genres and it was clear Read more [...]