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Tag Archives: Bookworm IV
The Bookworm series will become the first Elsewhen Press titles available on audiobook, in transatlantic deal announced with Tantor Media Inc. DARTFORD, KENT – 03 April 2017 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in Speculative Fiction, is delighted … Continue reading
Seregil of Rhiminee has reviewed Christopher Nuttall’s fourth and final book in the Bookworm series, Bookworm IV: Full Circle, on the Risingshadow website. Describing it as “” he starts by saying that “Christopher Nuttall is one of the few authors … Continue reading
In the fourth and final book of the internationally popular Bookworm epic fantasy series, a new Emperor has arisen and the Empire is collapsing into chaos. Elaine and her surviving friends head for Ida in the hope of confronting the … Continue reading
For all the fans of Christopher Nuttall’s bestselling fantasy Bookworm series, the revelation at the end of Bookworm III: The Best Laid Plans, when it was released in February, that the series would conclude with Book IV was both happy … Continue reading