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A bumper collection – over 150,000 words! – of book reviews, many of full essay length, by the two-time Hugo winning and World Fantasy Award-winning co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Fantasy and author, among much fiction, of such recent nonfiction works as Corrupted Science and Denying Science.
Scholarly, iconoclastic, witty, passionate, opinionated, hilarious, scathing and downright irritating by turn, these critical pieces are sure to appeal to anyone who loves fantasy, science fiction, mystery fiction, crime fiction and many points in between ... and who also enjoys a rousing argument.
All the Little Gods We Are - John Grant£0.79Add to Basket
Somehow the story of his past has been written all wrong. A superbly measured fantasy about loss, and sorrow, and the pain of dealing with past passions.
Has Anyone Here Seen Kristie? - John Grant£0.79Add to Basket
A tender, erotic tale about the conquest of grief and a fantasy of the highest order, from a multiple award-winning author.
Qinmeartha and the Girl-Child LoChi - John Grant£1.99Add to Basket
In this disturbing tale of clashing realities, Hugo- & World Fantasy Award-winner John Grant skilfully juggles a strange cosmology with the darker side of the human soul.
Take No Prisoners - John Grant£1.99Add to Basket
Fifteen superbly literary stories of the fantastic from Hugo- and World Fantasy Award-winning author John Grant.
The Life Business - John Grant£0.79Add to Basket
A powerful story of the human facility to falsify history, against the backdrop of the beginnings of the late-20th-century troubles in Northern Ireland.
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On my way to Samarkand: memoirs of a travelling writer - Garry Douglas Kilworth£2.99Add to Basket
Garry Kilworth's autobiography includes anecdotes and reminiscences on family history, travels and his experiences in publishing.
Warm Words & Otherwise: A Blizzard of Book Reviews - John Grant£2.99 £1.99Add to Basket
Over 150,000 words of book reviews, many of full essay length, by the two-time Hugo winning and World Fantasy Award-winning co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Fantasy.