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Trent Jamieson
Trent Jamieson is an Australian Fantasy and Science Fiction writer, and winner of two Aurealis Awards.The Death Works Trilogy is his first series of novels. It's set in the city of Brisbane, Australia, and it's about working for the Grim Reaper - a pretty decent paying job, with some great perks,... show more
Trent Jamieson is an Australian Fantasy and Science Fiction writer, and winner of two Aurealis Awards.The Death Works Trilogy is his first series of novels. It's set in the city of Brisbane, Australia, and it's about working for the Grim Reaper - a pretty decent paying job, with some great perks, unless something goes wrong, and then people tend to want to kill you."Roil" the first book in the Nightbound Land duology was released in September 2011. It's dark, noisy, and about a land that is bound for night like a steam train crashing towards the end of the line.Trent works as a bookseller, and a writer, and has taught at Clarion South.
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Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it 6 years ago
Steve crawls to shore… apparently free from the Death of Water’s eternal hell. This is unexpected – but not as much as being greeted by men with guns… or finally getting home to find that Lisa and Tim think he’s a monster. And they have 3 other copies of him lurking in the basement. Each of which ...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 7 years ago
After pondering this novella for a day, I decided to give it 3-stars and NOT continuing the series. I am not saying that this is a bad story but I think my biggest issue is that the original works are called "Trilogy"; and as much as the ending of the third book being heartbreaking, I thought it was...
samstrong
samstrong rated it 7 years ago
Did not finish. Multiple major formatting errors, including missing section breaks when perspective shifts. No baseline for the world so we have no idea what the characters are like before things go to hell. No real character work at all. Just lots and lots of weird things that aren't very well expl...
Rrain Reads
Rrain Reads rated it 8 years ago
This book, though I didn't realise it when I started it, is exactly the sort of industrial fantasy-horror that I really enjoy but rarely find, which means it definitely won't be for everyone. Really, if I were to classify it I would say it would be most at home with the Weird (and not really steampu...
Kribu
Kribu rated it 8 years ago
Roil is a hard book to rate - and even to comment on.On the one hand, the world-building was great. Unique. Fascinating. Clearly a lot of thought has gone into it, a mixture of alternative universe / high fantasy / steampunk (with possible scifi elements).On the other hand, there's the writing. I su...
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