Kell’s Legend - 1 September, 2009 (UK/Aus), September 2010 (US/RoW)
Soul Stealers – October 2010 (UK/Aus), November 2010 (US/RoW)
Vampire Warlords – May 2011 (UK/Aus), June 2011 (US/RoW)
The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles (Omnibus) – March 2012 (worldwide)
Andy Remic is a British writer with a love of ancient warfare, mountain climbing and sword fighting. Once a member of the Army of Iron, he has since retired from a savage world of blood-oil magick and gnashing vachines, and works as an underworld smuggler of rare dog-gems in the seedy districts of Falanor. In his spare time, he writes out his fantastical adventures
“Biohell can stake a claim as the finest viral nightmare since 28 Days Later”, and … “Those with a sensitive stomach should be warned: this book may represent some kind of first in its graphic, and gruesome, depiction of a zombie vagina”
- Calum Waddell, SFX Magazine, January 2009.
“It is a carnage strewn affair, with the action and zombie-bashing very much pushed to the forefront, and here Remic excels. His staccato prose is punchy and he delivers in the action stakes”, and … “it is a fun read, and one which is packed with enough zombie mayhem to keep you going… A winner with the Combat-K fans, and not a bad introduction to those new to Remic’s work”
- Alasdair Morton, SciFi Now Magazine, January 2009.
“War Machine is like the collected hardware spank banks of Chris Foss, Neal Asher and Jeremy Clarkson all mashed into one”
- Death Ray magazine, January 2008.
- SFX Magazine, November 2007.
“I can’t believe I married this sicko!”
- Mrs Remic.
Get closer to the mayhem at andyremic.com.