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|6/23/07 8:54 AM|
Member Since: 01/01/2001
I don't know how I stumbled across it, but this guy (turns out he's a sci-fi author named Neal Asher, *shrug*) gives an awesome review of Death's Head by David Gunn, a book I also know nothing about. But check out this quote from the review:
David Gunn’s Death’s Head started off loaded with violent action and horror and continued in that vein, so I was hooked from about page two, then hooked landed gutted and fried in batter as soon as the talking gun put in an appearance. Yeah! Fuck the literarty-farty crap in the SFF world that has the self-proclaimed arbiters of taste creaming their panties. Take those oh-so-worthy tomes and shove ‘em where the sun don’t shine. This took me right back to the fun I had reading E. C. Tubb’s Dumarest saga, Edgar Rice Burroughs John Carter on Mars or the old Robert E Howard Conan books!
Here's the rest of it: http://theskinner.blogspot.com/2007/06/deaths-head.html
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