Narrelle Harris reviews Faerie Apocalypse

Second review for Faerie Apocalypse is in, this time from the inimitable Narrelle Harris. Narrelle sez:  “Faerie Apocalypse plays with the tropes of quests and fantasy violence. He twists the old storytelling standards of cycles-of-three, cunning humans outwitting faerie malevolence, all the same-old-same olds. Franks isn’t afraid of being pretty damned gruesome with it, either. ” Read the whole thing here: http://www.narrellemharris.com/reviews/review-faerie-apocalypse-by-jason-franks/ FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail

James O’Keefe reviews Faerie Apocalypse

First review in apocalypse season is up! Big thanks to James O’Keefe for his speedy reading and kind words. Here’s a snippet: The style used… allows the story time to move along at a cracking pace. With each sitting, I found I had read significant chunk each time. There are moments that are violent, but the short prose allows that broad brush stroke without it being so vividly brought to life. Read the whole thing here: Book Review – Faerie Apocalypse by Jason Franks FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail

The Big Idea: Faerie Apocalypse

The incredibly generous John Scalzi was kind enough to host a Big Idea essay about faerie Apocalypse on his blog, Whatever. For those who came in late, this is a a feature in which John lets authors talk about the inception and execution of their newest project. It’s been a career goal of mine to get a Big Idea slot and I feel like this is a genuine career milestone for me.. Here’s what I wrote: https://whatever.scalzi.com/2018/01/16/the-big-idea-jason-franks/ Huge thanks to John for this opportunity! FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail

Five Questions about Faerie Apocalypse

The Best Person in the World, Narrelle Harris, asked me five questions about Faerie Apocalypse and here is what I said. unto her. Includes a partial soundtrack for the book. (Ask me twice and I might post all the songs referenced in there.) In the meantime, go! Read! Then buy some of Narrelle’s awesome work. I particularly recommend The Opposite of Life and its sequel, Walking Shadows for some hilarious and touching Melbourne vampire action. Five Questions for Jason Franks   FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail