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Following a patchy career encompassing biochemistry, pharmaceutical sales, teaching chemistry and working as a technical writer, I obtained an MA in creative writing in 2007.I now concentrate on writing science fiction with a satirical edge. My Parasite World and Genefix World collections are now published on Smashwords. See http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/trevorwilliams.Also see some of my work on Ether Books.
The Caves of Steel - AsimovGhostwritten - David MitchellAnything by Greg Egan, Jon Courtenay Grimwood, Philip K Dick and John Le Carre.
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I have tried writing fairy tales but end up being satirical. Your tongue is firmly in your cheek but you pull it off with some aplomb. Best of luck with this.
This grabs me despite the fact that I have no sympathy with any of the characters. The laconic delivery and constant changes of location and POV gives the book a filmic quality that makes you want to keep reading.
Vey nasty and gripping. Backed.
The characters in this book are really great. It's good to know that a sequel is on its way.
There are some great ideas here and characterisation is excellent. However, I am not sure that this format works. The idea that the narrative from the various POVs could be reconstructed from a journal seems a little far fetched, unless of course a novelist has found the journal and used it...