Monday, April 6, 2020

Hearts of Oak, by Eddie Robson

Not Rated Too Long to Qualify as Short Fiction

(SFF) A building has collapsed, and the King and his closest advisor (a talking cat), investigate. The chief architect realizes something is profoundly wrong, and not just with the building. (50,491 words; Time: 2h:48m)

At 50,491 words, this book is a novel, not a novella, even under the new rules for the Hugo Awards.

"Hearts of Oak," by (edited by Lee Harris), published on by .

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Review: 2020.171 (A Word for Authors)

The story looks interesting from the blurb, but we don't review anything over 50,000 words.

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