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Oakfield, the new release from David J Rodger has launched to rave reviews.  It is being described as a “gateway” book – with the science fiction and horror elements dialled back.  People who would not ordinarily consider this type of fiction for reading are discovering a whole new crossover genre to explore and enjoy.  Oakfield is for the fans.


Oakfield is a new science fiction horror novel and good book to read by David J Rodger

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Oakfield is a Gateway into Sci Fi Dark Fantasy

You don’t need to be a fan of science fiction to enjoy this book but you might become one by the end

Djr at launch party for Oakfield

Djr at launch party for Oakfield

Although science fiction and dark fantasy are both bleeding further into the popular imagination there is still a common belief that these genres are niche interests, with fans and products marginalised against the bulwarks of mass fiction.

Reviews of my latest novel, Oakfield, are highlighting an interesting fact – that the book has a large appeal to readers who might not normally consider trying science fiction or what they consider to be horror.

The novelist Angela Brooks wrote: “Set in the near future, [Oakfield] mixes Gothic horror with futuristic monsters whose extraterrestrial cruelties leave the reader gasping for breath. As the story’s characters develop and the problems facing them seem insurmountable I challenge you to try to put this book down! Recommended for Sci-fi and non sci-fi fans alike, David J Rodger has created a fascinating glimpse into the unknown, and has wound together family problems, romance, and horror. Fantastic!Continue reading

Cthulhu for Kids (or grown-ups who like Lego)

Introduce your (dark) young to the mind-blowing Great Old Ones and Outer Gods of the Cthulhu Mythos

This is a great depiction of a Chthonian – one of Brian Lumely’s classic monster creations – burrowing up to destroy a city. Many Chthonian attacks throughout history have been mistakenly (or purposefully) attributed to Earthquakes – even in areas where such destructive tremors are not supposed to occur.  Kid safe? Erm, no.

Cthulhu for kids this Chthonian (Brian Lumley) comes burrowing up through Lego to say hello - kid friendly, erm no

One of Brian Lumley’s Chthonian comes burrowing up

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