Be it togas and neck-stabbings, or bodices and tight breeches, we seem to have rather a fondness for costume dramas and costume dramas here at Ferretbrain.
- The King of the Frauds by Arthur B Colonel Pyat is a bigger shithead than you'd have ever guessed from his cameos in Michael Moorcock's other work.
- Kindlegold: Psychic Evangelists and Giant Helmets by Arthur B A review of a Da Vinci Code knockoff and the big literary craze of 1764.
- The Tudor Agent (or Some Quire In the Night) by Arthur B Gloriana presents a fabulous world, a fantastic supporting cast, and a toxic story.
- Kindlefluff: Mixing Up History and Slicing Up Dicks by Arthur B A review of Phil Rickman's The Bones of Avalon and Aric Davis' A Good and Useful Hurt - or at least as much of them as this reviewer could take.
- Never Forget. Forget It All. by Alasdair Czyrnyj The Dog King is...well, it's complicated.
- Where Eagles Dare by Sonia Mitchell Remote castles accessible only by cable-car are no match for Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood.
- How Gary Jennings ruined my adolescence by Michal Michal has read Gary Jennings, so the rest of us don't have to...
- Back From the Brink by Arthur B The Undead Nightmare expansion salvages the plot of Red Dead Redemption and is more fun than the original game too.