Jun 2, 2012
In which we focus in a little on the latest books that we've
plucked from the top of our bookstacks. In the absence of
Mattie we are joined by 'The Grampus' a.k.a Matt Farr from
Dissecting Worlds. He kicks things off with Adrian
Tchaikovsky's insect-themed fantasy, the Shadows of the Apt. Clover follows this
up with Juggernaut, an explosive
zombie actioner by Adam Baker set in the Gulf conflict. Next
up, Phil tells us about Stacia Kane's stylish and grungy urban
fantasy, Unholy Ghosts. Dion then waxes
lyrical about Jenny Nimmo's The Snow Spider, a beautiful children's
fantasy with a tragic heart. Finally Matt gives us a flavour
of the prolific but oft under-appreciated weird fiction
writer Clark Ashton Smith. All of this
is of course spiced with our usual blend of good humor and
Stay tuned also for Adam Baker's first recorded interview on Juggernaut, after the main programme.
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