Posts tagged: jay posey

The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Dawnbreaker, His Father's Eyes, Waterborne Exile, and The End of All Things

Posted on 2015-09-15 at 2:3 by angelablackwell


Review of Dawnbreaker: Legends of the Duskwalker Book Three by Jay Posey (Angry Robot Books, August  4, 2015)

This is the third volume of Cass and Wren’s story. This time they spend much of the story apart, so we have separate narratives. Wren leaves Greenstone with Three’s training brother Haiku and goes off to the tower where they live in order to be trained. He learns a great deal from Three’s teacher but most of what he learns is about himself. He becomes more confident and secure in himself and much

Posted in The Exploding Spaceship | Tagged david b coe, jay posey, john scalzi

Release Day: Morningside Fall by Jay Posey (Legends of the Duskwalker, Book Two)

Posted on 2014-04-29 at 14:21 by montsamu

Last summer, Durham narrative designer, author, and screenwriter Jay Posey's debut novel Three was published by Angry Robot Books, introducing the titular Three: a lone gunman in a post-apocalyptic wasteland of isolated towns walled against the Weir, a horrifying nocturnal menace of hunting creatures. Three is "The Duskwalker", a man who can travel at night unseen by the Weir and who (against his better judgement) finds himself the guardian of a woman and her gifted young son, Wren, on the run from a more

Posted in local-author-release-day | Tagged jay posey, legends of the duskwalker, morningside fall

The Hardest Part: Jay Posey on Three

Posted on 2013-07-31 at 19:56 by montsamu

Durham author Jay Posey has written stories for a living for a while now; Tom Clancy gets his name on the cover of the game box, though. Posey got his own cover treatment yesterday, however, as his debut novel, the post-apocalyptic-set Three, the first in his Legends of the Duskwalker series set to be published by Angry Robot Books. Here, Posey writes about the help and encouragement along the way to getting past attacks of self-doubt and all the way to "The End".


By Jay Posey:

It probably comes as

Posted in The Hardest Part | Tagged jay posey

Friday Quick Updates: Nov 9th

Posted on 2012-11-09 at 21:40 by montsamu

First, this is something I've been meaning to talk more at length about all week: Raleigh journalist Zack Smith's first published comic "The Stars Below" just hit digital shelves, with art by Portland artist Rich Ellis:

Zack first showed this to me over a year ago, and right away I was blown away by this powerful and actually moving story, told without words from a pigeon's perspective in New York. I'm very glad it is out for a wider audience. It's just a buck from Comixology, and of the list of

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged alex granados, jay posey, zack smith