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Penny Dreadnought: The Lone and Level Sands

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The Abominable Gentlemen build four worlds only to destroy them in this apocalypse-themed issue of Penny Dreadnought. Witness four unique visions of the end in:

“Precious Metal” by Aaron Polson
“Only the Lonely” by Iain Rowan
“The New Words” by Alan Ryker
“He” by James Everington
ebook, 80 pages
Published February 15th 2012 by Penny Dreadnough (first published February 14th 2012)
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Feb 16, 2012 Char rated it it was amazing
This is the 3rd issue of Penny Dreadnought and it is my favorite so far. This issue revolves around an apocalyptic theme and as usual there are four stories.
The first: Precious Metal by Aaron Polson was interesting and poignant. 4*
The second: Only the Lonely by Iain Rowan was strange. I think it could easily have been in the ambiguous issue. I LOVED it. 5*
The third: The New Words by Alan Ryker was excellent. Imagine if words had a revolt against people, what would it look like? 5*
The last story:
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I'm a writer from Nottingham, England- most of what I write is dark, supernatural fiction, although not necessarily 'horror' in the blood and guts sense. My main influences are writers like Ramsey Campbell, Shirley Jackson, and Robert Aickman. I enjoy the unexplained, the psychological, and the ambiguous in my fiction.

I drink Guinness, if anyone's offering.

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