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Grab a Handful of Prime Remic with the Clockwork Vampire Chronicles Omnibus

The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles, Omnibus edition, by Andy RemicToday is Official Publication Day for the very first Angry Robot Omnibus: a single volume edition of Andy Remic‘s blood-drenched, über-violent and truly epic Clockwork Vampire Chronicles!

Collecting all three parts of the series – Kell’s Legend + Soul Stealers + Vampire Warlords – the omnibus edition tells the entire saga of the Legendary warrior Kell and his titanic

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Vampire Warlords and The Damned Busters – Out Today!

The wait is over! Today sees the UK publication of Vampire Warlords by Andy Remic – the stunning (and blood-soaked)  conclusion to his brilliant Clockwork Vampire Chronicles. Directly following on from the events in Kell’s Legend and Soul Stealers, the book sees Kell having to consider compromise in order to rid the land of the vampire overlords. And compromise isn’t something Kell is used to! Available from all good retailers – online and in meat-space – as well as

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Robot Round-Up 06/12/13

Hey folks, today’s Robot Round-Up is a celebration of January 2014’s coming titles, and we have two exciting books to share with you! First up, the much anticipated The Cormorant, the third in Chuck Wendig’s fantastic Miriam Black series. Readers of the first two books loved the dark, punchy style (“fast, ferocious, sharp as a switchblade and fucking fantastic” – Lauren Beukes, author of Zoo City and The Shining Girls) and I can’t wait to see what you all think of the third book. (more…)

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Brace Yourselves – Andy Remic’s Back!

The entire Angry Robot office is today reeling with the news that maniac fantasy author Andy Remic is returning with a brand new series.

Andy RemicThe Iron Wolves is the first of at least two novels set during a time of war and invasion. Riffing on The Dirty Dozen and The Magnificent Seven, the novel sees a disparate band of ruffians and renegades being reunited one last time to defend a key stronghold against overwhelming odds. But when they fight as one, the veteran warriors have a hidden

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Robot Round-Up, 01.06.12

Hello, hello and welcome to the latest Robot Round-Up from your Robot Overlords. Look, we’ll keep the intro short this week… we’ve got a four-day weekend coming up, the weather’s balmy and it’s nearly pub o’clock, so let’s just all agree to crack on with it, shall we? Good. Starting with:

Night's Engines by Trent JamiesonTrent Jamieson‘s Night’s Engines (out now in the US/CAN and in ebook, available

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Book Signing Reminder: Anne Lyle and Andy Remic, Waterstones Manchester Arndale, tomorrow afternoon

Your Attention, if you Please!

Just a quick reminder: it would be grand if any and every fantasy fiction fan in the Greater Manchester area (or within reasonable travelling distance of Manchester City Centre) could get their meat-suits down to the Manchester Arndale branch of Waterstones Booksellers tomorrow, Saturday March 31st, from 1.30 – 3.00 in the afternoon.

This will be for the purpose of saying hello to and getting books signed by Anne Lyle (The Alchemist of Souls) and Andy Remic (The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles).

Full details in our previous post on the subject.

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Robot Round-Up, 16.03.12

It’s Friday afternoon (Angry Robot UK time) and around these parts that generally means one thing and one thing only: pub! Robot Round-Up!

Dead Harvest, by Chris F. HolmWe’ll kick things off with news of another delightfully busy week for Chris F. Holm, who was interviewed by Sci-Fi Bulletin, Debut Review and Shotgun Honey as well.

Meanwhile, Chris’s debut, Dead Harvest, was reviewed online by Unsquare Dance (“Holm has created a world that feels real enough and a

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