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Born in Scotland in 1975, Paul Crilley moved to South Africa when he was eight years old. He was rather disappointed to find out that Africa was not at all like the Tarzan movies he watched on Sunday afternoons and that he would not, in fact, have elephants and lions strolling through his backyard. He now now lives in a small village on the east coast of South Africa with his family.
He also wrote the Invisible Order books, and penned the upcoming humorous Middle Grade zombie series, Deadbeat Diaries. When not writing novels he works in South African television. He also freelanced on the MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic and recently wrote a comic miniseries for IDW Publishing.
Visit him online at wwwl.paulcrilley.com, at www.facebook.com/paul.crilley, and on Twitter @paulcrilley
*This copy was provided by the publisher for review.*
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This was in Pyr’s catalogue and it sounded interesting so, among other books, I requested THE LAZARUS MACHINE for review. Read more
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Very nicely written. Keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole book. Could not put it down. ExcellentPublished 22 months ago by Jeffrey
"The Lazarus machine" by, Paul Crilley
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I loved this book right away. A crazy steam-punk sort of alternate world with more bizarre twists for which you might not be prepared. Read morePublished on March 5, 2013 by ann
The Lazarus Machine is being hailed as "Doctor Who" meets "Sherlock" - and being the newfound BBC addict I am, I JUMPED at reading this one. Read morePublished on March 5, 2013 by Brenna
Very reminiscent of the ministry of peculiar occurrences a lot of fun
The characters are engaging and the future stories look promising