Tag: Historical Fiction

INTERVIEW: Benjamin Myers

(Photo by Julian Germain with permission from Bloomsbury) STORGY had the great privilege of interviewing Benjamin Myers about his forthcoming book The Offing (Bloomsbury) which is published on the 22nd August 2019. In your own words could you tell us about The Offing? It’s the story of a chance meeting between a naïve young man

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Brightfall by Jaime Lee Moyer

Maid Marion lives in Sherwood Forest with her two children and a dragon. Robin left long ago to live in the Monastery. She uses herbs and alchemy to keep her family safe. She has news that there is mystery around a number of deaths, some close to her heart and Tuck has asked her to

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Priest of Bones by Peter McLean

Tomas, a priest and leader of his bedraggled army are returning home after a long war. They find an Inn full of beer and dregs of food but it all goes sour and Kant is killed by Tomas. All appear immune to death and leave him dead on the floor.  Jochan, who happens to be

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Acre’s Orphan by Wayne Turmel

In this second instalment of the ‘Lucca le Pou’ stories, we return to Lucca and his band of misfits almost exactly where we left them – struggling with the aftermath of war, deep in the heart of their beloved city, which is on the brink of collapse. Turmel once again takes us on a journey

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BOOK REVIEW: Unveiled – The First Unthank School Anthology by Edited by Ashley Stokes and Stephen Carver

‘Unveiled’ is an intriguing collection, most nominally [though not totally] because of its origins. Where the majority of collections are usually built from submissions or tied together with past published work, ‘Unveiled’ is a product of the Unthank School – a literary school/writing community that provides a range of writing courses to a whole host

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BOOK REVIEW: The Silence of the Girls by Pat Barker

Briseis was a queen before the Greeks came. Now she is a slave to the man who killed her family. Described by some as a feminist Illiad, I was so excited to get my hands on this book and read for myself. I love the classical epics and anything with a feminist angle is right

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