Articles by Phil Lunt

About Phil Lunt (896 Articles)
<p>Hailing from the rain-sodden, North Western wastelands of England, Phil has dabbled in many an arcane vocation. From rock-star to conveyor-belt scraper at a bread factory, ‘Dairy Logistics Technician’ to world’s worst waiter.</p> <p>He’s currently a freelance designer, actor, sometime writer/editor and Chair of the British Fantasy Society. He is on the Global Frequency and is still considering becoming an astronaut when he grows up.</p>

The Last Namsara. Book Review

November 13, 2017

THE LAST NAMSARA by Kristen Ciccarelli Gollancz, p/b, 432pp, £10.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Asha tricked a dragon. It is not the first time she had faced one in battle [...]

The Bookman. Book Review

November 12, 2017

THE BOOKMAN by Lavie Tidhar Angry Robot, p/b, 380pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan   Ask almost any author either who has influenced their writing they will probably [...]

Night Lamp. Book Review

November 12, 2017

Night Lamp by Jack Vance Gollancz, p/b, 384pp, £9.99 Reviewed by Martin Willoughby A blast from the past this one, 1996 to be precise, and another in the SF Masterworks [...]

First Watch. Book Review

November 11, 2017

FIRST WATCH by Dale Lucas Orbit, p/b, 416pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Rem comes to in a cell, somewhat hungover, not at all sure how he got there. In fact, the last [...]

Binary Storm. Book Review

November 11, 2017

Binary Storm by Christopher Hinz Angry Robot, p/b, 496pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Martin Willoughby A novel in which the pace rarely lessens, there are twists and turns, some [...]

Archangel’s Heart. Book Review

November 10, 2017

ARCHANGEL’S HEART by Nalini Singh Gollancz, p/b, 381pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan When an author creates a series of books, there is the danger of them falling into [...]

The Supernatural Enhancements. Book Review

November 10, 2017

The Supernatural Enhancements by Edgar Cantero Del Rey, p/b, 368pp, £9.99 Reviewed by Martin Willoughby This is an odd one. It’s not a standard novel as it’s written in [...]

Red Sister. Book Review

November 9, 2017

Red Sister by Mark Lawrence Harper Voyager, h/b, 512pp, £14.99 Reviewed by Charlotte Bond In his new novel, Mark Lawrence steps away from a central male character which [...]

The Real Town Murders. Book Review

November 9, 2017

THE REAL TOWN MURDERS by Adam Roberts Gollancz, h/b, 240pp, £16.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins The AI tells private detective Alma that at no time during this car’s [...]

Soul of the World. Book Review

November 9, 2017

SOUL OF THE WORLD by David Mealing Orbit, p/b, 640pp, £12.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Sarresant nobles are her subjects, Lord Revellion in particular, and pictures of [...]
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