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Book Review: The Grim Company by Luke Scull.
Book Review: The Grim Company by Luke Scull.
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The Grim Company by Luke Scull My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Good: A promising debut set in a truly epic world, with gritty, relatable characters, and a page burner of a plot (yes, that's right, a page burner). The Bad: In my opinion I don’t think there is a ...
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Interview: Luke Scull, Author of 'The Grim Company'
Following on from the previous posts, we've reached the midpoint of the David Gemmell Morningstar coverage. There's no going back now! But that's not to say that this next author is of middle-ground mention, not in the least. I read Luke Scull's debut 'The ...
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Book Review: 'The Path of Anger' by Antoine Rouaud
UK Gollancz cover art.   The Good: Strong characterisation
for the two leading protagonists that contributes directly to the plot’s
development, inspires emotional empathy, thought-out execution of the story to
tie-up the loose ends and throw in twists in a...
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Interview with the author of 'The Path of Anger' Antoine Rouaud.
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Author Inteview: Antoine Rouaud - 'The Path of Anger'
As part of the on-going series of posts covering the David Gemmell Legend Awards, I invited Morningstar nominee Antoine Rouaud to talk about his debut 'The Path of Anger', published by Gollancz in the UK. 'The Path of Anger' isn't just one of the hottest re...
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Where would the hero be without their villain? The protagonist, without the antagonist? The conflict between two forces, whether directly or indirectly, openly or secretly, has been a staple of storytelling.
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Guest Post: 'The Villain's Point of View' by Mark T Barnes
Where would the hero be without their villain? The protagonist, without
the antagonist? The conflict between two forces, whether directly or
indirectly, openly or secretly, has been a staple of storytelling. Hero and the
villain don’t always start as such, ...
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'The Garden of Stones' puts the 'epic' into epic fantasy in one of the most promising débuts of the year.
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Book Review: 'The Garden of Stones' by Mark T Barnes
The Good: An truly epic debut that raises the newcomers’ bar for world building and
beatific writing, a complex and dynamic storyline and empathic characters who
drive their own stories as well as the main plot . The Bad: At times heavy on the purple prose ...
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