Just a couple of pages long, and after the story is set up we quickly come to a conclusion that has no surprises for the regular genre reader.
A very definite sense of place, character and depth, including Inuit shaman Ulruk, who features in a series of epic fantasy novels,
A story with a strong messages, vividly set on a Tanzanian wildlife reserve.
Chris Willrich. Penultima Thule. Gaunt and Bone return for more cod-fantasy fun, the story being partly in tribute to the recently departed John Morressy, a fellow supplier of comic fantasy. If your fancy runs to stories of wizards and magicke, and you can’t wait for the next Harry Potter novel, then this will doubtless keep… Continue reading The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 2006