The Shadow Saint by Gareth Hanrahan
 

The Shadow Saint

Review

 
Brian Lee Durfee Interview – Prison Comic-Con
 

Brian Lee Durfee Interview

Utah Prison Comic-Con

 
Never Die by Rob J. Hayes – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
 

Never Die

SPFBO #5 Finals Review

 

Browsing all articles tagged with Gareth L. Powell.

A Newbie’s First SFF Con: AKA BristolCon Confidential

A Newbie’s First SFF Con: AKA BristolCon Confidential 

I didn’t intend to write this article. I didn’t prepare for it, make any notes for it or believe that I was going to be submitting anything but reviews to Fantasy-Faction for the next few months. It all started when a fellow Factioner, the author and editor Steven Poore, asked me a question. At the […]

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Small Press, Big Stories: NewCon Press

Small Press, Big Stories: NewCon Press 

To kick off this new monthly column focusing on small and independent presses from around the world, what better place to start than Ian Whates’ NewCon Press, which has published stories, collections, and novels by some of the biggest names in the genre over the last ten years. I caught up with Ian as NewCon […]

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Three Years In The Monkey House. Guest Blog by Gareth L. Powell

Three Years In The Monkey House. Guest Blog by Gareth L. Powell 

Sometimes as a child I would lie in bed and worry what would happen if, in the morning, I awoke with no memory of lying in bed worrying. Would I still be the same person or would I have changed? If memories make us who we are, what happens when we forget doing or thinking […]

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Hive Monkey by Gareth L. Powell

Hive Monkey by Gareth L. Powell
4.5

The attack macaque is back! Fresh (well, ish) from saving the world from nuclear meltdown in Ack-Ack Macaque, our titular monkey is having a bit of a meltdown of his own. Struggling with the sudden fame that has been thrust upon him, he is having a hard time dealing with a world in which he […]

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Ack-Ack Macaque by Gareth L. Powell

Ack-Ack Macaque by Gareth L. Powell
4.5

Let’s start with the blurb. In 1944, Britain’s best hopes for victory lie with a Spitfire pilot codenamed ‘Ack-Ack Macaque’. The trouble is, Ack-Ack is a cynical, one-eyed, cigar-chomping monkey, and he’s starting to doubt everything, including his own existence. There’s also a story set a century later, in which the heir to the British […]

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