Interview with Peter Clines, author of Ex-Heroes and Ex-Patriots


6 Responses to “Interview with Peter Clines, author of Ex-Heroes and Ex-Patriots”

  1. Rickenbacker4001 says:

    “Now, I’d buy that for the cover !”

  2. SomeGuyNamedMark says:

    Ex Patriots?  A novel about Wes Welker?

  3. Brainspore says:

    I realize this is probably just an OCD thing I need to let go, but every time I see a depiction of someone in one of those battle-suits-that-exaggerates-the-size-of-the-occupant I just end up wondering where their real limbs are supposed to be inside that thing. Or is that a Robocop-style cyborg?

    • Ty_MY says:

      Usually in comics and cartoons, their body is inside the suit’s torso. The suit’s limbs are controlled either manually via joysticks/levers/etc or by thought control.

  4. I really enjoyed Ex-Heroes it had a great gritty feel to it that made it feel exciting to read. I particularly liked the way the author wrote different chapters from the view points of the major characters. He also did a great job of making “superheroes” and “zombie types” seem as tho’ they might actually be possible. I am a long time Sci-Fi reader and I heartily recommend this book as a good read.

  5. Anton Gully says:

    No UK Kindle editions?

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