FIVE GUNS BLAZING: a rip-roaring page-turner

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Five Guns Blazing by Emma Rose Millar is an unforgettable historical adventure whose main character gets caught up in poverty, crime, slavery and piracy. It was justly awarded first place in the Legend category at the Chaucer Awards.

What the reviewers are saying:

“Hoist sail without delay and get your copy of Five Guns Blazing today, as it launches to the wide world. You’ll not regret it!”

“Disconnect your phone. Don’t answer your door. This book, a pot or two of coffee, and a comfortable chair, and you’re set for the day with this rollicking, seat-edged adventure.”

“You won’t want to put it down.”

“A gripping account … well researched and written with great sensitivity.”

“A dark, compelling tale, which captures the imagination, wonderfully written, rich, treacherous and jaw-dropping.”

“Rich in historical detail and vibrant characters the story pulls you in and keeps you turning the pages.”

“A fast paced, rip-roaring adventure from the filthy backstreets of London to the pirate seas, which kept me guessing right until the very end.”

“What a fabulous book; had me completely hooked from the beginning. Would recommend without reservation.”

“This is a real page turner with a central character you will connect with from the very start.”

“Kept me up several nights to continue reading and pulled me into the story right from page one.”

Links:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Author’s website: https://emmarosemillar.wordpress.com/

 

Emma Rose Millar

Publisher’s Website: https://crookedcatbooks.wordpress.com/2015/09/15/new-release-five-guns-blazing-by-emma-rose-millar-kevin-allen/

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LAW OF CHAOS: what the reviewers are saying

LOC final cover“Jeff Gardiner knows his stuff. Somehow, he has been able to jam detailed, incisive discussion about all of Michael Moorcock’s work into one book that’s around 160 pages. But it’s 160 really good pages. You’ll get a crash course in the master’s work, and a huge reading list. So be ready.”

(Joe Crowe, http://www.RevolutionSF.com, http://www.twitter.com/RevolutionSF)

 

“Gardiner’s guide is something of a restless beast, being accessible and critically appreciative of its subject … he offers academic analysis on the pre-eminent characters of Moorcock’s writing and direct insight on their inter-location through the myriad of books he has written. Interspersed amongst this are insights into Moorcock’s writing process, shared by a writer who clearly trusts and respects his critic.

‘Law of Chaos’ is without doubt the essential Michael Moorcock primer for fans and critics. Any would-be critic or enthusiastic reader should start here. For those uninitiated to the vast pantheon of work produced by ‘the master Storyteller of our time’ as labelled by Angela Carter, would do best to start with those stories and then look to Gardiner’s work as a signpost for further adventures.”

(Allen Stroud – British Fantasy Society)

 

“Brought this as a present for my husband he seemed to really like it. Pleased with this purchase.”

(Amazon Customer  ***** )

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