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Excerpt from FEAST OF ELFS

Posted October 7, 2016 By John C Wright

Spy Dog I think there is something pathetic about an author who laughs aloud at his own jokes, but, darned if this did not make me laugh. It is one of my favorite passages.

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Feast of the Elfs

Posted September 30, 2016 By John C Wright

Today is the day! The second book in A Tale of Moth and Cobweb, The Green Knight’s Squire Book Two, FEAST OF THE ELFS by John C. Wright, published by Castalia House, is now available. This is classic fantasy the way you remember it from your youth, true high fantasy in the mode of The Dark is […]

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A guest review by one of our scuzzier yet manlier regular commenters: Original, compelling, scintillating, ominous, and cool Being a modest review of John C Wright’s ambitious Count to a Trillion by ScuzzaMan. CtaT is a work of science fiction. It’s a neatly balanced blend of science and of fiction. Check. Taking place in the not immediate […]

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Reviewer Praise for SOMEWHITHER

Posted September 21, 2016 By John C Wright

Mr. Peter Nealan, the author of the American Praetorians series has some kind words about my book. I think he and I are mutual fans of Larry Correia. https://americanpraetorians.wordpress.com/2016/09/20/book-review-somewhither/ Somewhither is seriously one of the wildest mishmash pulp/sci-fi/fantasy/Christian fiction stories I’ve ever read.  (And in case anyone is worried about the “Christian fiction” part making […]

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From the Pen of Brad Torgersen

Posted September 7, 2016 By John C Wright

Puppy-in-Chief Brad Torgersen asks the musical question: Apparently the Dragon Awards are “bad” or at least invalid, because voters are not charged a fee for participation. Simply anyone can cast a vote. Perhaps (gasp) more than once? Mind you, this charge is leveled by the same camp that screams bloody murder over voter ID laws; for state […]

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Reviewer Praise for IRON CHAMBER OF MEMORY

Posted May 31, 2016 By John C Wright

Mr. Russell Newquist has some kind words to say about my latest work: Iron Chamber of Memory Book Review And yes, I do mean masterpiece. This isn’t just one of Mr. Wright’s finest works, although it is definitely that. It also now occupies a spot as one of my favorite fantasy works of all time. Yes, […]

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Reviewer Praise for Transhuman and Subhuman

Posted May 24, 2016 By John C Wright

Mr. Chris Chan has kind words for my book of essays: http://catholicbookreviewsmonthly.com/archivedReviews.aspx, December 2015. The review can be downloaded, but not read online. Transhuman and Subhuman is a collection of sixteen essays, most of which address science fiction themes, with special stress on spiritual and theological matters. The famous science-fiction Arthur C. Clarke’s book Childhood’s […]

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Reviewer Praise from the Informed Reviewer

Posted April 27, 2016 By John C Wright

Best.. Review … Ever … Rarely, very rarely, in the life of a writer, does he come across a book review by a critic who actually “gets” the point of the book he wrote.   I reprint the whole thing: REVIEW: Iron Chamber of Memory by John C. Wright Monday , 25, April 2016 Jeffro Appendix […]

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A Comment Overheard on Another Blog

Posted April 16, 2016 By John C Wright

Save for the flattery that overpraises an undeserving author, I must say this is very well said, concise, poignant, and shockingly clear and true. The words below are those of D. G. D. Davidson. http://voxday.blogspot.com/2016/04/500-more-votes.html#c2368806063696487832  D. G. D. Davidson ——————– April 16, 2016 1:05 AM There are three points of view that it seems I cannot […]

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Reviewer Praise for IRON CHAMBER OF MEMORY

Posted April 10, 2016 By John C Wright

A Pius Geek reviews my humble work and judges it favorably: http://apiusman.blogspot.com/2016/04/review-john-c-wrights-iron-chamber-of.html F. Paul Wilson’s novel The Keep had impressed me growing up because it was a novel that had started out as Dracula and ended with Lord of the Rings. John C Wright has managed and even greater trick with his latest novel, Iron […]

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