Tag: dystopian fiction
On reading: The Phlebotomist by Chris Panatier
Panatier paints a refreshing, original dystopia that’s going to get your blood pumping (sorry).
On reading: Afterland by Lauren Beukes
Lauren Beukes is back with her latest novel Afterland – a post-pandemic masterclass in pacing, with characters you’re going to want to hang out with, go for beers with, cry with.
On reading: The Memory Police by Yoko Ogawa
Beautiful and quietly disturbing, The Memory Police is a book you’ll want to linger over.
On reading: Wanderers by Chuck Wendig
Chuck Wendig brings us a scarily prescient masterpiece, that’s sure to find its place in the classic novel lists of the future.
On reading: The Book of Koli by M. R. Carey
Carey brings us a dystopian future where nature has teeth.
Free e-book for your pre-apocalyptic tastes
Grind Spark, my pre-apocalyptic dystopian novel, is free this weekend to meet your pre-apocalyptic reading needs while you stay at home
On reading: The Boy on the Bridge by M R Carey
Title: The Boy on the Bridge Author: M R Carey From the back: Once upon a time, in a land blighted by terror, there was a very clever boy. The people thought the boy could save them, so they opened their gates and sent him out into the world. To where the monsters lived.
5 dystopian fictions to brighten up your day
Trump in charge of America. Brexit. Boris Johnson looking after the UK’s foreign affairs. A ‘loose woman’ won Celebrity Big Brother. You’d be forgiven for thinking we don’t need any dystopian fictions to liven up our day to day wanderings – after watching the news perhaps we’re all bleaked out. But perhaps that’s exactly why…
Official Belated Grind Spark Book Launch day
Howdy fiends. Aaaannnnd, after an impromptu hiatus, I’m back, in a slightly quieter Dust Lounge. But not for too much longer, as soon enough we’ll be finding some new fur-babies to chase away the emptiness. But, in the meantime, you’re stuck with me and my harmonicas. And we are back in business.