THE GUARDIAN ON THE 2015 BRITISH FANTASY SOCIETY AWARDS

By 29th October 2015Uncategorised

Really great to see such strong coverage of the awards in a major publication.

I even get a shoutout!
“Adam Nevill won the best horror novel award with No One Gets Out Alive, a creepy variation on the haunted house trope, with a young woman embarking on a nightmarish experience when she moves into a sinister shared house. ”

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/oct/26/frances-hardinge-cuckoo-song-british-fantasy-awards-fantasycon

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