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Greg James

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Greg James is a Fantasy author based in London, England. He has been writing stories since he was a child and still maintains that his pre-adolescent adaptations of The Wizard of Oz featuring Godzilla and the Transformers have validity.
He enjoys long walks around his home city of London as well as reading, writing (of course) and thinking up new imaginary worlds to entertain readers with.

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The hooded children are seen as pale shapes; after-images outlined in charcoal by the failing piss-coloured light. So many patterns adorn the grey, broken flesh of the pedestrian tunnel running underneath the traffic-humming road. Faces lean and cadaverous stare, unblinking. Severed hands writhe and flinch in pools of gunshot-wound blood. The cars that burn have become deified pyres of deat...

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Average rating: 3.41 · 536 ratings · 75 reviews · 13 distinct works · Similar authors
The Sword of Sighs (The Age...

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“Strength is not merely proved by how much blood one has spilt, how many foes defeated, or how many battles won. Sometimes, living day-to-day, hour-to-hour, and minute-to-minute is a truer sign of one’s mettle. The ticking of the clock and the passage of time wear away courage more surely than any mortal blade might do—”
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“Life wounds young and old alike, Khale. You know that more than most, but few will admit to it. It doesn’t discriminate, the world we live in, though we like to think it does.”
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Rachel (aka Ms4Tune) Hi Greg, thanks for the friend invite and the recommendation! Sounds really good, I will try and find a copy soon! :)


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Bexxy (Desperately Seeking HEA's Blog) Thanks for adding me :) Looking forward to reading your book when it's out!


message 5: by Sadie

Sadie Scott Thanks for friending me!!!


message 4: by Cait

Cait hey thank you so much for the add! :)


Lucy Herondale Hey Greg! :)
Thanks for adding me!
Looking forward to read your book. It looks just my type of book


message 2: by Beth

Beth Michele Hi Greg! Thanks for the invite, and best of luck with your book! :)


Cheryl Landmark Thanks for the friend request, Greg, and for becoming my fan. :) Your book sounds very interesting. Will you also be publishing it as a paperback? I don't own a Kindle or any other e-reader and I prefer the printed version.


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