Imatge de l'autor

Andy Remic (1971–2022)

Autor/a de Kell's Legend

34+ obres 980 Membres 29 Ressenyes

Sobre l'autor

Inclou aquests noms: Andy Remic, Анди Ремик

Crèdit de la imatge: Linda Remic photo


Obres de Andy Remic

Kell's Legend (2009) 220 exemplars
Soul Stealers (2010) 87 exemplars
War Machine (Combat-K Novels) (2007) 76 exemplars
Vampire Warlords (2011) 66 exemplars
The Dragon Engine (2015) 41 exemplars
A Song for No Man's Land (2016) 37 exemplars
BioHell (Combat-K Novel) (2009) 36 exemplars
Serial Killers Incorporated (1745) 29 exemplars
Quake (2004) 27 exemplars
Theme Planet (Anarchy) (2011) 25 exemplars
Spiral (2003) 25 exemplars
Hardcore (Combat-K) (2010) 20 exemplars
Toxicity (Anarchy) (2012) 18 exemplars
Warhead (2005) 17 exemplars
SIM (2011) 13 exemplars
Cloneworld (Combat-K) (2011) 12 exemplars
The Iron Beast (2016) 12 exemplars
Vivisepulture (2011) — Editor; Col·laborador — 9 exemplars
Spiral/Quake Omnibus (2006) 7 exemplars
Yakker Snak (2011) 2 exemplars
Rocket Cat (2012) 1 exemplars
Snot 1 exemplars
Soul Stealers 1 exemplars

Obres associades

The Mammoth Book of SF Wars (2012) — Col·laborador — 96 exemplars
So It Begins (2009) — Col·laborador — 32 exemplars
Conflicts (2010) — Col·laborador — 21 exemplars
Further Conflicts (2011) — Col·laborador — 15 exemplars
Legends 2: Stories in Honour of David Gemmell (2015) — Col·laborador — 15 exemplars
Pandemonium: Stories of the Apocalypse (2011) — Col·laborador — 11 exemplars


Coneixement comú

Data de naixement
Data de defunció
Lloc de naixement
Manchester, England, UK
Causa de la mort
Llocs de residència
Manchester, England, UK
English teacher
computer game creator
fiction writer
Linda Remic (wife)
John Jarrold



Dark Fantasy set in the Trenches of WWI. Slight hint of Mythago Wood to this one.
Richard_Neary | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Jan 15, 2022 |
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The Dragon Engine was my first book by Andy Remic, so I was completely unfamiliar with the world presented in The Blood Dragon Empire. However, since it had a nice old fantasy feel to it, it didn't feel like it was a great loss, or that you should have read the previous series (as I also understood that it features other characters).

Here, we are introduced to a band of war veterans, coming together one final time to steal that one final, huge, treasure. What they don't know is that the Dwarves who said treasure belongs to are not quite as extinct as expected, and they are headed by the main villain Skalg, Cardinal of the Church of Hate.

Indeed, it has been done before, and most certainly, there were some cringe worthy, eye-rolling scenes for sure, but still I mostly enjoyed reading The Dragon Engine. The dynamics between the heroes of the stories was nice, as they felt like old friends. The story was very raw, very dark, which is why I think it will not appeal to everyone. But I for one, am looking forward to reading the sequel.

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!
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Floratina | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Dec 7, 2019 |
Robert Jones has been haunted by visions and creatures since childhood, some friendly, some not. He's been on balance something of a failure in life, but now The Great War has broken out, and he enlists in the hope of finally making his family proud of him.

When he's lying badly wounded on the battlefield, and thinks things can't get worse, his creatures appear again.

The story alternates between Jones as a young boy, Jones as a soldier in the war, and Jones writing his diary and his memoirs.

This is a beautifully told story, unfolding its mysteries layer by layer. Is Jones strong enough for the war? Is he strong enough for what haunts him? What choices can he face harder than killing his fellow man in combat?

It's lyrical and moving, and well worth your time. Recommended.
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LisCarey | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Sep 19, 2018 |
Although I thought that the first novella in this series was merely OK, I felt some curiosity to see how the story would evolved in this second installment, so I decided to give it a try. Unfortunately, things didn’t picked up and I had to force myself to keep on reading, especially during the last third of the book, as I found much more interesting the chapters dealing with the real war than those dealing with the fantasy war and the romantic aspects of the story.
cuentosalgernon | Jun 12, 2016 |


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