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The Book of the Dead edited by Jared Shurin

The Book of the Dead edited by Jared Shurin
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Horror isn’t usually my cup of tea. However, Egyptian mythology and history is always fascinating, and one the more prominent aspects of ancient Egypt is, of course, the mummy. This anthology, compiled by Jurassic London and the Egypt Exploration Society, consists of nineteen short stories centered around mummies. Obviously, there is not time or space […]

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Rogues edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois

Rogues edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois
4.25

G.R.R.M. states in his introduction that’s the “Rogues is not meant to be a fantasy anthology” but I picked it up for the authors that I knew from being a fantasy reader, and I believe most readers will, so that’s where I will focus. The character type is so ingrained in the fantasy genre and […]

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Paul Cornell Interview

Paul Cornell Interview 

If you read books and comics or watch television, the chances are that you’ve come across something Paul Cornell has composed. Paul has worked with the BBC on Doctor Who, Robin Hood, Primeval, Casualty and Holby City; Marvel on X-Men, Wolverine, Young Avengers and Fantastic Four; DC on Batman & Robin and Demon Knights; and […]

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New ‘Cover Art’ Direction for Paul Cornell’s Shadow Police series…

If you live in the UK and are involved in the SFF Community, you’ve no-doubt come across Paul Cornell at a convention or two. If you’re a reader of Comic Books or watcher of television series like Doctor Who, Robin Hood or Primeval then you’re certain to have enjoyed something by this diverse writer. And, […]

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London Falling by Paul Cornell

London Falling by Paul Cornell
4.5

London Falling, the first venture into dark fantasy for acclaimed Doctor Who and Demon Knights writer Paul Cornell, certainly lives up to the dark promise on display in “The Family of Blood.” When the head of a notorious criminal gang inexplicably dies in custody, DI James Quill is assigned two undercover cops and a genius […]

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