Fantasy author Fran Jacobs reading her work in Bristol – Lunartique – St Nicholas – Saturday 23rd Feb

Fantasy Author Fran Jacobs

If you’re in Bristol on Saturday 23rd Feb, pop along to the fantastically atmospheric, eclectic and bohemian collection of indoor stalls at St Nicholas Market.  Lunartique, 47 Exchange Avenue, will be hosting the author of fantasy novels The Seer’s Tower and The Shadow Seer, Fran Jacobs, as she does a reading of her work.

@ 13.30 HRS.

St Nicholas Market is a wonderful historical location, crammed to the corners with interesting stalls, artisans and nick-nacks. It’s also the prime setting for the science fiction dark fantasy novel by David J Rodger – Living in Flames – which takes place almost exclusively in Bristol.

Living in Flames a sci-fi dark fantasy novel set in Bristol by British cyberpunk horror author David J Rodger

Available in paperback or kindle

Paperback: from LULU Kindle: US ($), UK (£), DE (Euro), FR (Euro)

Living in Flames { novel } Bristol, UK, the near future, the lives of three people collide in a gruesome twist of fate. A former marine turned to crime, and two enigmatic figures concealing their true identities, skimming the city’s underworld of drug-cartels and shadowy tendrils of old merchant families. A carved African idol is discovered clutched in the hands of a dead man who is barely human. Greed unlocks a centuries-tarnished mystery about the origins of the idol, and brings back to Bristol a banished bloodline hell-bent on vengeance and diabolical glory. A carrion God lying dormant for three hundred years risks being returned to the world of Man.

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