Articles by Phil Lunt

About Phil Lunt (885 Articles)
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. 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.

The Court of Broken Knives. Book Review

September 18, 2017

The Court of Broken Knives by Anna Smith Spark HarperVoyager, h/b, 480pp, £12.99 Reviewed by Charlotte Bond This is the debut novel of Anna Smith Spark, known by many as the [...]

Rig. Book Review

August 30, 2017

RIG By Jon Wallace Orion Books, p/b, 304pp, £16.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns Rig is the latest in Wallace’s post-apocalyptic series featuring Kenstibec the Ficial. Ficials [...]

The Legion of Flame. Book Review

August 29, 2017

THE LEGION OF FLAME by Anthony Ryan Orbit, h/b, 576pp, £18.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins They call Lizanne ‘Miss Blood’ now. Suspended from the Ironship Exceptional [...]

The Switch. Book Review

August 28, 2017

THE SWITCH by Justina Robson Gollancz, p/b, 400pp, £16.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Nico Perseid faces the judge and awaits his verdict. Accused of murdering Dashain [...]

Luna: Wolf Moon. Book Review

August 26, 2017

LUNA: WOLF MOON by Ian McDonald Gollancz, p/b, 400pp, £16.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan Anyone with a reasonable grounding in science will know that the environment on the [...]

The End of the Day. Book Review

August 25, 2017

THE END OF THE DAY by Claire North Orbit, h/b, 403pp, £14.99 Reviewed by Chris Limb Charlie’s got a new job. There are a lot of benefits – he gets to travel all around [...]

The Black Elfstone. Book Review

August 25, 2017

THE BLACK ELFSTONE by Terry Brooks Orbit, h/b, 336pp, £20 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Tigueron is an assassin and he always gets the job done for the price agreed. This [...]

Sea of Rust. Book Review

August 24, 2017

SEA OF RUST by C. Robert Cargill Gollancz, p/b, 384pp, £14.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Fifteen years ago the last human died, gunned down in New York. The body lay for [...]

Calamity. Book Review

August 23, 2017

CALAMITY by Brandon Sanderson Gollancz, p/b, 448pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan One of the things that you can guarantee with a novel from Brandon Sanderson is that [...]

Vigil. Book Review

August 23, 2017

VIGIL by Angela Slatter Jo Fletcher Books, p/b, 384pp, £8.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns Verity Fassbinder is a private detective living in Brisbane with mixed parentage – [...]
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