An Impossible War by Andy Remic – Out Now!
I’m thrilled to announce the release of An Impossible War from Tor. An Impossible War is the omnibus edition of my three novellas set during World War One, and merging the adventures of tommy Robert Jones, with a very dark and twisted fantasy setting.
“Robert Jones signed up for the British Expeditionary Force with visions of honour and glory, of fighting for king and country, of making his family proud at last. He got an eternity of muddy trenches, clouds of poison gas, and a bullet for his troubles. Despite the mundane horrors of the Great War, however, things were about to get much worse.
As armies begin to shapeshift into demonic entities, a new face of war is displayed. The Great War has been chosen as the battleground in an eternal, metaphysical struggle, and Jones finds himself caught in no man’s land.
An Impossible War collects in a single edition all three parts of Remic’s demonic tour de force: A Song for No Man’s Land, Return of Souls, and The Iron Beast.
At the Publisher’s request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.”
‘Citing. J Rem xxx.
A Song For No Man's Land
, Angry Robot
, author podcast
, Book News
, Mad Lee Harris
, Memoir of a Spectrum Addict
, Return of Souls
, The Spiral Trilogy
, The White Towers
, Twilight of the Dragons
The Fantasy Book Club interviews Andy Remic…
Yes! If you are bored, and wish to listen to me drivel for an hour to the poor devils known as Sam and James at the Square Groot, name-dropping the likes of Mark Gascoigne (Angry Robot Books), Lee Harris (Tor), interviewer Marie Vedat, and lots of dudes involved in my Spectrum Addict film, along with conversation about my early works (Spiral, Combat K, Kell’s Legend) and new and upcoming projects, then you need to listen to this as you a) mow the garden, b) pluck your nostrils, c) administer a much-needed enema to your stinky dog. Go listen. Or not. 🙂
It’s a busy month in Remic Land #2. Over at Angry Robot Books you can read a free extract of my recently released novel, Twilight of the Dragons, follow-up to the very well received The Dragon Engine published last year.
“During a recent dwarf civil-war deep under the Karamakkos Mountains, the magick-enslaved dragonlords have broken free from centuries of imprisonment and slaughtered tens of thousands throughout the Five Havens before exploding from the mountain and heading in fire and vengeance for the lands of Vagandrak.
Two once-noble war heroes of Vagandrak – Dakeroth and his wife Jonti Tal, an archer and scholar, the Axeman, the White Witch and a Kaalesh combat expert find themselves in a unique position: for they have discovered the ancient dragon city of Wyrmblood, and a thousand unhatched dragon eggs.
Dakeroth and his companions must work with their enemies, Skalg and the Church of Hate, in order to bring down the dragonlords and save the world of men and dwarves. But there is no bartering with these ancient dragons; for they seek to hatch their eggs and rebuild the cruel Wyrmblood Empire of legend.
File Under: Fantasy [ Hatchlings and Hatchets | Chop-chop! | Give Love a Chance | Dragons vs Wolves ]”
You can read an extract here:
It’s a busy month in Remic Land #1. Over at Tor.com you can read a free extract of my upcoming novella, the finale to the A Song For No Man’s Land trilogy: The Iron Beast, out on the 8th November 2016.
“A war is being waged in an impossible world.
The Skogsgra and the Naravelle have launched their final offensive, and Private Jones and his companions are caught in the melee. Tens of thousands will die before the battle is over. They travel deep underground, to find and release the Iron Beast… the one creature that can end not one world war, but two.
But at what cost…?”
The Iron Beast – http://www.tor.com/2016/10/12/the-iron-beast/
Twilight of the Dragons. Out now, worldwide, published by Angry Robot Books. Go buy it. It’s good. Honest. I wrote it. 🙂
Thank you to Stan Nicholls for the cover quote, Marco for being patient, Lee Gibbons for awesome cover art, and MDV for the proofreading.