Tag Archives: urban fantasy

“Attention to detail” – review of Dinnusos Rises by Sheri A. Wilkinson

On a number of review sites, including Library Thing, Sheri A. Wilkinson has just posted her review of Dinnusos Rises, the sequel to The Janus Cycle by Tej Turner. She noted that the use of a series of narrators, the … Continue reading

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“whole-hearted recommendation” – review of Dinnusos Rises on HumanitysDarkerSide

On her book blog HumanitysDarkerSide, Lise has written her review of Dinnusos Rises the new novel from Tej Turner. She had previously recommended The Janus Cycle when she reviewed it in 2015, so we were keen to read her review … Continue reading

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Out now – Dinnusos Rises by Tej Turner

We are delighted to be publishing Dinnusos Rises today, the second novel by Tej Turner. Set in the same urban landscape as his debut novel The Janus Cycle, and featuring some of the same characters along with new voices, Dinnusos … Continue reading

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Archetypal grass roots activists take on the threat of alternative facts

New urban fiction from Tej Turner tackles the malevolent influence of power and politics and its effects on society’s outsiders DARTFORD, KENT – 20 February 2017 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in Speculative Fiction, is delighted to … Continue reading

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“excellent story” – review of The Janus Cycle by The Mole

On the Our Book Reviews Online blog, The Mole has reviewed The Janus Cycle by Tej Turner. After a brief introduction to the plot and characters, The Mole observes that “Time travel is a concept that easily attracts plot flaws” … Continue reading

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“truly magical” – Allen Stroud reviews The Janus Cycle on SFBook Reviews

In his review on SFBook Reviews of Tej Turner’surban fantasy novel The Janus Cycle, Allen Stroud starts by observing that every now and then he is sent something that “stretches the boundaries of my reading interest”, adding that The Janus … Continue reading

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“Poor little Tilly. Tej Turner made me want to hug her” – review of The Janus Cycle on HumanitysDarkerSide

On the HumanitysDarkerSide blog, Lise has written a review of The Janus Cycle by Tej Turner. She highlights the underlying theme of bullying, both one-on-one and mob-on-one. She singles out Frelia, who intervenes; and Tilly who becomes desperate. As she … Continue reading

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“intriguing and insightful” – review of The Janus Cycle on Risingshadow

On the Risingshadow.net website, Seregil of Rhiminee has written a 5-star review of The Janus Cycle by Tej Turner. Seregil writes that it is “an intriguing and insightful speculative fiction novel that is in equal parts literary fiction, speculative fiction … Continue reading

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Gritty, sexy, surreal urban fantasy The Janus Cycle published today

Debut speculative fiction novel from Tej Turner set in the world of alternative lifestyles DARTFORD, KENT – 2 January 2015 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in Speculative Fiction, is delighted to announce the publication today of The … Continue reading

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The making of… The Janus Cycle by Tej Turner

On the speculative fiction magazine website Upcoming4.me, in the Story behind the Story feature, Tej Turner has written a guest article about the genesis of his first novel The Janus Cycle. He describes how he wrote it backwards, by accident, … Continue reading

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