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House of Open Wounds

House of Open Wounds by Adrian Tchaikovsky Head of Zeus, hb, £19.99 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming In the Palleseen Empire’s quest to bring the world into their definition of order, their armies scour the lands for superstitions to irradicate. When the non-Palleseens fight back, the injured soldiers need healing and… Read More »House of Open Wounds

Lords of Uncreation by Adrian Tchaikovsky from Tor #BookReview #SciFi #TheFinalArchitecture Lords of Uncreation by Adrian Tchaikovsky Tor, hardback, £16.69 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming Idris Telemmier, Intermediate, has uncovered the Architect’s great secret – they are puppets doing the bidding of masters far stronger than the planet-destroying Architects. If the… Read More »

The front cover for And Put Childish Things Away by Adrian Tchaikovsky. There is a large doubled doored black wardrobe in the middle of a forest in winter with snow coming up around the bottom of the wardrobe.

And Put Away Childish Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky

And Put Away Childish Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky from Rebellion Publishing #BookReview #fantasy #horror And Put Away Childish Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky Rebellion Publishing, ebook, £7.49, Available for pre-order Reviewed by Nadya Mercik The third book in Terrible Worlds: Destinations series, this novella continues to explore unusual places and once… Read More »And Put Away Childish Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Available for Preorder – City of Last Chances by Adrian Tchaikovsky from @HoZ_Books

City of Last Chances by Adrian Tchaikovsky Head of Zeus, hb, £16.05 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming Ilmar sits on the edge of the Anchorwood, a grove of trees that leads to other places. To freedom. Although Ilmar is under Palleseen occupation, refugees, wanderers, and fortune seekers all travel to the… Read More »Available for Preorder – City of Last Chances by Adrian Tchaikovsky from @HoZ_Books

Available for Pre-Order, Children of Memory by Adrian Tchaikovsky from @panmacmillan

Children of Memory by Adrian Tchaikovsky Pan Macmillan, HB, £16.59 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming Liff’s grandfather was the captain of the ark spaceship Enkidu, one of the large ships that carried thousands of people from Earth when the planet died. The ship travelled for centuries before reaching Imir, a world… Read More »Available for Pre-Order, Children of Memory by Adrian Tchaikovsky from @panmacmillan