Monday, August 6, 2012

Vin of Venus

Vin, bereft of half his limbs and his memory, struggles between two worlds--the mist-shrouded, verdant hell of ancient Venus and the mean streets of modern Europe--battling both alien monstrosities and underworld villains on his quest to recover his identity. Along the way he is aided by an unlikely cast of allies, as well as the mysterious, ruby-encrusted bracelet that serves as the only link between his heroic past and grim present. Written in classic pulp-style, VIN OF VENUS mixes Hardboiled and Sword and Planet elements in a genre-bending series of action tales.

"Vin of Venus" by Garnett Elliott, Paul Brazill, and David Cranmer is available on Amazon for $0.99.

Matt Hilton review: Swords, Planets and Hard-boiled Heroes.

Randy Johnson's review can be found here.

4 comments:

cloudia charters said...

See, now THIS sounds interesting!
Not merely some purely "made up" story, but a deeper, more textural canvas, that asks questions and arouses expectations. The protagonist appeals to us who are also heroic figures in among vast powers of threat & change. We too feel marooned in a modern dystopia. How do we reconcile our hero journey with our day to day life in civilization with all it's discontents. Perhaps this book brings insights in the best way: through story.
Congrats David and your writing partner.


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Charles Gramlich said...

REading and enjoying it now

G. B. Miller said...

Congrats on another e-book publication.

Ron Scheer said...

What Cloudia said.