Big Damn Hero

Big Damn Hero by James Lovegrove

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James Lovegrove

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Aliases : Jay Amory JMH Lovegrove James Lovegrove is a British writer. His works tend to lean towards the literary field of the science fiction / fantasy spectrum. Frequent motives are dystopia, satire, surrealism, wealth corruption, mercantilism, duality, and the clash or reconciliation of opposites. Lovegrove also writes teenage fantasy novels, sometimes under the pseudonym Jay Amory. He also writes short novels published by Barrington Stoke for "reluctant readers." The Age of ...

novel series is a military fantasy featuring the gods of ancient religions. Lovegrove regularly writes literary reviews for the Financial Times, and occasionally serves as a reviewer in other publications - The Literary Review, Interzone, BBC MindGames Magazine. His specialization as a journalist is science fiction, fantasy, horror, graphic novels, fiction for children and adolescents. As an illustrator, Lovegrove designed a poster for Flying Pig Systems, a lighting company, and illustrated postcards and T-shirts for Echo Beach. James Lovegrove currently resides in Eastbourne, on the Sussex coast, where he moved in 2007 with his wife Lou, sons Monty and Theo, and Ozzy the cat. More details at Fantlab Official site (English)

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Aliases : Jay Amory JMH Lovegrove James Lovegrove is a British writer. His works tend to lean towards the literary field of the science fiction / fantasy spectrum. Frequent motives are dystopia, satire, surrealism, wealth corruption, mercantilism, duality, and the clash or reconciliation of opposites. Lovegrove also writes teenage fantasy novels, sometimes under the pseudonym Jay Amory. He also writes short novels published by Barrington Stoke for "reluctant readers." The Age of ... novel series is a military fantasy featuring the gods of ancient religions. Lovegrove regularly writes literary reviews for the Financial Times, and occasionally serves as a reviewer in other publications - The Literary Review, Interzone, BBC MindGames Magazine. His specialization as a journalist is science fiction, fantasy, horror, graphic novels, fiction for children and adolescents. As an illustrator, Lovegrove designed a poster for Flying Pig Systems, a lighting company, and illustrated postcards and T-shirts for Echo Beach. James Lovegrove currently resides in Eastbourne, on the Sussex coast, where he moved in 2007 with his wife Lou, sons Monty and Theo, and Ozzy the cat. More details at Fantlab Official site (English)