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David Tallerman
David Tallerman is the author of The Black River Chronicles: Level One, the Tales of Easie Damasco series and Tor.com science fiction novella Patchwerk, as well as the graphic novel Endangered Weapon B: Mechanimal Science and the comic book miniseries C21st Gods.David's short fiction has appeared... show more



David Tallerman is the author of The Black River Chronicles: Level One, the Tales of Easie Damasco series and Tor.com science fiction novella Patchwerk, as well as the graphic novel Endangered Weapon B: Mechanimal Science and the comic book miniseries C21st Gods.David's short fiction has appeared in over eighty magazines and anthologies, including Clarkesworld, Lightspeed, Nightmare and Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and fourteen of his horror and dark fantasy stories were recently brought together in the collection The Sign in the Moonlight and Other Stories.Further details can be found at his website www.davidtallerman.co.uk.

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Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it 3 years ago
Take a standard adventuring party of a rogue, warrior, mage and ranger. Then take a look at how they just happen to be travelling together and what led them to those career choices.This book does just that - a school for adventurers, introducing the four character classes and the people who enter ea...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 3 years ago
I remember a time when comics appeared on Netgalley at least as a first volume, as to give us a clue as to where the story is heading and what the overall style is. With a tendency now toward presenting a first issue, this feels more like a teaser and less like a real part of something. Based on the...
NightLizard's Cave
NightLizard's Cave rated it 3 years ago
*Digital review copy provided by NetGalley & the publisher in exchange for an honest review.C21st Gods #1 was an issue long introduction, felt even more like a teaser. Tho it looked like smth I would really love: detective story, a bit gruesome illustrations, futuristic/noir-style setting with an un...
CarlAlves
CarlAlves rated it 6 years ago
After Death starts off with a cool premise, what happens after a person dies. Sometimes the stories occur immediately after death, sometimes it’s during a much longer time line. There is a mix of big name horror authors and lesser known ones, and overall a really good flow to the anthology. One of t...
Book Professor
Book Professor rated it 6 years ago
How does the pacing of the story feel? When we first received the book, some of us at the book club were expecting for the some of the stories to be slow or uninteresting. We were wrong. Every story is able to captivate the reader even if it doesn't change his or her perception about death. Why woul...
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