Red Fury

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James Swallow

A book by James Swallow

James Swallow is a London-based British writer, screenwriter and journalist. Swallow has his own series of fantasy steampunk westerns, Sundowners, consisting of the novels Ghost Town (2001), Underworld (2001), Iron Dragon (2001) and Showdown (2001). The author intends to return to this world someday and write a continuation of the cycle. The author`s mystical tale "Snowblind" has made it into the anthology of Christmas ghost stories - "Silent Night" (2002). However, Swallow works much more often in alien universes. For example, James Swallow is the author of The Butterfly Effect (2004), a novelization of the film of the same name by Eric Bress and J.

Makey Gruber. The novel Flight of Eisenstein (2007) from the inter-author series The Horus Heresy is not the only work by James Swallow about the world of Warhammer 40,000. Prior to that, the writer had two novels from the Blood Angels series - Deus Encarmine (2005) and Deus Sanguinius (2005), as well as one from the Sisters of Ba...

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James Swallow is a London-based British writer, screenwriter and journalist. Swallow has his own series of fantasy steampunk westerns, Sundowners, consisting of the novels Ghost Town (2001), Underworld (2001), Iron Dragon (2001) and Showdown (2001). The author intends to return to this world someday and write a continuation of the cycle. The author`s mystical tale "Snowblind" has made it into the anthology of Christmas ghost stories - "Silent Night" (2002). However, Swallow works much more often in alien universes. For example, James Swallow is the author of The Butterfly Effect (2004), a novelization of the film of the same name by Eric Bress and J. Makey Gruber. The novel Flight of Eisenstein (2007) from the inter-author series The Horus Heresy is not the only work by James Swallow about the world of Warhammer 40,000. Prior to that, the writer had two novels from the Blood Angels series - Deus Encarmine (2005) and Deus Sanguinius (2005), as well as one from the Sisters of Battle series - Faith and Fire (2006). In addition, Swallow`s short stories Crimson Night, Wings of Bone and Relics have been published in Black Library magazine, Inferno! For another inter-author book project, Dark Future, based on the board game of the same name, Swallow wrote Jade Dragon (2006). James Swallow wrote the novel Peacemaker (2007) for the television series Dr Who, as well as several short stories. Swallow also participated in various projects in the Star Trek universe. First of all, he is the author of the scripts (and the only English writer for this series) of two episodes of Star Trek Voyager - "One" (1998) and "Memorial" (2000). He also wrote for Activision, Inc. script for the game "Star Trek Invasion". Swallow`s story "Closure" was included in the anthology "Distant Shores" dedicated to the world of Star Trek, and the story "Ordinary Days" was included in the anthology "The Sky`s The Limit", dedicated to the world of "Star Trek: The Next Generation." James Swallow has written the novels Halcyon (2006) and Relativity (2007) around the world of the television series Stargate SG-1. The first takes place in season 2, and the second - towards the end of the 7th season of the series. In addition, Swallow`s story "Choices" was featured in issue 10 of Stargate: The Official Magazine. In 2005, Codemasters invited the writer to join the Maelstrom strategy team. Swallow invented the history of the game world and each of the game factions, wrote biographies of the leading characters, and then participated in creating scripts for the game videos, selecting actors to voice the characters and even voicing several lines of one of the game “units”. James also contributed to the script for Battlestar Galactica: The Game, released by Vivendi Universal Games in 2003. Also, James Swallow wrote the book "Dark Eye: The Films of David Fincher" (2003) dedicated to the life and work of the famous film director David Fincher. Taken from the site http://fantlab.ru/