• World’s End US Reviews

    by  • April 22, 2009 • Book News • 0 Comments

    A couple of nice reviews are in on the US publication of World’s End:

    Chadbourn takes the reader on a wild ride through lands where modern Britain connects with the ancient past.

    Chadbourn writes a tale that twists the tropes of fantasy into something unrecognizable.

    Also nice as they come from bloggers who I read and respect. I won’t be doing a Joe Abercrombie (Hi, Joe!) and obsessively detailing every mention of my name across the internet, but I wanted to put these two up to mark the moment, as it were, of World’s End appearing in the US.


    0 Responses to World’s End US Reviews

    1. George
      July 15, 2009 at 5:02 pm

      I just finished Always Forever and wanted to tell you that it was a wonderful series. I lived in Yorkshire back in ’02, and the travels of the five made me reminice of my own. I work in a Borders book store here and will be reccomending your novels to all my sci-fi/fantasy readers. I am looking forward to any more novels you are having published here in the states.

    2. July 25, 2009 at 6:35 pm

      Nice to hear from you, George, and thanks for the support and compliment. Sounds like you’ve covered a few miles in the intervening years!

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