Bloody War reviewed again…

Posted: December 9, 2011 by douglasthompson in Reviews

Jay Eales has reviewed Terry Grimwood’s Bloody War over at the BFS (British Fantasy Society) site, saying the he was gripped enough to read it in a single sitting. Golly, hope it was a comfy chair! Jay writes:

“Bloody War is the debut full length novel from Terry Grimwood. It’s not a huge book, and I was able to read it almost in a single session; something I haven’t done in years. So, I guess you could say that it’s a page-turner. Very much inspired by 1984, although I also got half-remembered flashes of The War of the Worlds from it, with characters wandering through the rubble of a devastated urban landscape…

Bloody War features a corking central conceit… It certainly intrigued me enough to look for some of his other work.”

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