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Iron City Rebels by John Donlan

Iron City Rebels by John Donlan

The Iron City is the industrial city at the heart of an empire ruled by the wealthy and the politically powerful. An urban dystopia where the poor and the disenfranchised are used for cheap labour.The rich elite plot and scheme amongst themselves, while one of their number plans something terrible, and aims to use the rebel faction of idealistic freedom fighters known as the Fist of Truth as a pawn in his scheme. […]

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Posted 5th January 2015 by IndieSFfantasy / Books, Fantasy 0 Comments

The Soul Conductor

The Soul Conductor

It should come as no surprise to anyone who knows C.S.Evans that the Soul Conductor is placed in a medieval setting – except it’s not your every day, run-of-the-mill sort of medieval. From the very first page the reader becomes embroiled in the lives of the Soul Conductors; a peaceful community of people who are born with the sole purpose of guiding souls to their final destination. ‘Quinn is one such being. He […]

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Posted 11th December 2014 by IndieSFfantasy / Fantasy, Reviewed, Scifi/Fantasy 0 Comments

Dystopia

Dystopia

There are elements of 1984 in here, and earlier chapters reminded me a little of the City of Ember, but I persevered and was able to engage with events a little easier after Dana’s arrival at the Waste Management Plant. Her character begins to develop a little as she finds her way around this prison camp styled facility, making both friends and enemies, but a lot of the secondary characters did seem a […]

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The Dragon Maker

The Dragon Maker

The Dragon Maker is a 3,000 word short story, set in a future time, it tells the story of one man’s struggle to save the world. I found this piece very well written, and would certainly be interested in reading more from this author. The descriptive writing made it easy to envision the world being created, and through personal experience, I found I could relate to the protagonist in the story. About IndieSFfantasy

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Death’s Keep

Death’s Keep

The Book of Lokk: Death’s Keep tells the story of a young thief. Lokk lives in Kartos, a bustling city that lies beneath the shadow of the Dark Temple. The priests rarely pass beyond its high walls, and when they do, it is only to collect the dead and escort the condemned to the dungeons. It is a cruel, harsh life, and Lokk somehow manages to survive from day to day, but he […]

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