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Tag Archives: Ben Gribbin
Don’t Look Back, the definitive retrospective collection of short stories by John Gribbin is now available to pre-order from major eBook retailers. Many of the stories in this collection were originally published in Analog and other magazines. Some were precursors … Continue reading
The finalists of the 2016 Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards have been announced. They include Thomas Silent by Ben Gribbin in the Teenager category. The Wishing Shelf Awards are awarded based on the results of groups of readers rather than … Continue reading
On Risingshadow, Seregil of Rhiminee has reviewed Ben Gribbin’s novel Thomas Silent, or, Why there are no more mermaids. When he started to read it he found it to be such a “compelling and entertaining fairy-tale-like story” that he read … Continue reading
This tale of real mermaids and mermen is perfect for every teenager who knows they are special and have a great destiny waiting for them. We’ve all looked out from a beach and wondered what is over the sea, but … Continue reading