What the papers say…

“Fenn manages to put her own stamp on some familiar genre elements, enough to make this a genuinely promising debut” – Locus on Principles of Angels.

“A vivid and unusual world, populated by an interesting array of characters” – Lisa Tuttle, writing in The Times on Principles of Angels.

“A major new talent” – SFX magazine on Consorts of Heaven.

“Fenn is at her best when describing the lives of strong women up against it, and excels at fast action thrillers” – Eric Brown, writing in The Guardian on Downside Girls.

“Tense and fast-paced” – Dave Langford, wtiting in The Telegraph on Queen of Nowhere.

“Both plotting and characterisation are handled deftly, while Fenn’s world-building of exotic locales is equally impressive” – SFX magazine on Queen of Nowhere.

… and the bloggers

“Dark City meets Bladerunner” Falcata Times on Principles of Angels.

“…an entertaining work rendered with artistic flourish”‘ SciFi Dimensions on Principles of Angels. You can read the complete review here (but beware minor spoilers).

“…a rollicking ride from start to finish that leaves you wanting more… highly, highly recommended.” Fantasy Book Critic on Principles of Angels. You can read the full review here.

“…not only met my very high expectations, but it exceeded them” – Fantasy Book Critic on Consorts of Heaven. You can read the full review here.

“entertainingly-written … an easy read” – The Wertzone on Guardians of Paradise. You can read the full review here.

“Jaine Fenn has done it again. Bringer of Light is an action adventure in the tradition of Star Wars … Another warm recommendation from me” – Cybermage on Bringer of Light. You can read the full review here.

“… a fascinating and vivid science fictional world, seen through the lens of an intriguing character … energetic space opera” – Strange Horizons on Queen of Nowhere. You can read the full review here.

@JaineFenn

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  • I've been an fan for decades (what can I say, they got me early) but now I despair. has turned into Eastenders with llamas.,
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  • Like many other writers reading this, if I was going to play I'd need way more than 280 characters. I have a spreadsheet.,
  • Having had a closer look (past the robots) I note that - yes! - the evening star is on the final cover. Not wishing to risk spoilers, I'll just say that this makes me happy. ,