“If the Despatrix is emerging then so might the remaining Higher Ones.”
My previous reviews of Paul Meloy and his Autoscope Mythos: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/paul-meloy/
Suddenly realised how the Hawler fits into all this!
I have been reading this book for a while, outside the scope of my real-time reviewing. It is often beyond my ageing mind but equally unages me! Essential stuff, of course. Needs to be recorded on this, the Hawler’s site. So be it. Thus this post.
Just read a substantial review of it: http://reviews.futurefire.net/2019/04/meloy-adornments-of-storm.html
Seems very fair to me. It’s all you need!
“Is the Despatrix dead?” Doctor Mocking asked.
“No,” said Bismuth. “Not this time.”
My previous reviews of Paul Meloy works HERE
When I real-time review this book, my comments will be found in the thought stream below or by clicking on this post’s title above…
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DON’T TOUCH THE BLACKOUTS!
Stories by Tim Casson, Chris Barnham, Sarah Read, Stephen Hargadon, Steve Rasnic Tem, Paul Meloy.
All my previous Reviews of TTA publications HERE.
MY REAL-TIME REVIEW OF THE FICTION IN THIS ISSUE WILL APPEAR IN THE COMMENT STREAM BELOW AS AND WHEN I READ EACH STORY.
Dogs With Their Eyes Shut (2013) by Paul Meloy
I purchased this hardback book with dust jacket for £24.99 from PS Publishing. Signed by the author and numbered ‘6’. Sixty-six pages. Cover: Vincent Chong.
[My earlier review of ‘Islington Crocodiles’ HERE.]
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