Interview: Jonathan Green

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Interview: Jonathan Green

Postby shadowhawk2008 » Wed Jul 20, 2011 12:52 pm

Courtesy (again) of the Civilian Reader.

http://civilian-reader.blogspot.com/201 ... green.html

Jonathan Green talks about his Pax Britannia novels, Warhammer and other settings/projects.
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Re: Interview: Jonathan Green

Postby Viking Phil » Wed Jul 20, 2011 10:47 pm

Very interesting.
The only one of his books that I have read was The Dead And The Damned which I found to be very good.
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Re: Interview: Jonathan Green

Postby Eroldren » Thu Jul 21, 2011 1:03 am

His Necromancer book was excellent, given what to my limited knowledge of the WH fantasy universe. Gave taste of Empire life, taste of Morr and Shallya's sects, and undead matters etc. Necromancer the only novel that been given any interest in WHF to my sisters aside my ramblings of Ulrika!
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