Miles Cameron is a debut fantasy novelist who currently lives in Toronto, Canada. He is a military veteran and has a degree in Medieval History.
His debut novel (The Red Knight), first in The Traitor Son novels, was one of the most acclaimed fantasy debuts of 2012 and nominated for the David Gemmell Morningstar award. It is followed by The Fell Sword, published in 2013.
You can find out more about Miles on his website, www.traitorson.com.
You can also find out more about the books by clicking on their titles above.
Here’s what Team Gollancz will be reading over the weekend . . .
Sophie - The Name of the Wind
Marcus – Moon’s Artifice
Darren - The Unreal & the Real
Harriet - The Subtle Knife
Emily - Archangel’s Shadows
Gillian - The Fell Sword
Simon - The Ghosts of Heaven
Jen – Clariel
Charlie - The Paying Guests
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Gollancz are delighted to officially reveal that Miles Cameron, author of the Traitor Son Cycle, is a pen
name for the critically acclaimed author of historical fiction, Christian Cameron, best-known for his on-going historical fiction series Tyrant.
Christian Cameron is a Canadian novelist, who was educated and trained as both an historian and a former career officer in the US Navy. A re-enactor, an outdoors expert and a … More
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We’re still celebrating the new year at Gollancz, and all the glorious books we have coming in 2014. Today we’re talking about some favourite Gollancz series that are concluding, in fabulous, gripping and sometimes heart-breaking style this year.
Ultima, by the wonderful Stephen Baxter, concludes the space-exploration dulogy he began with Proxima. Our galaxy is dying and humanity has taken on the unforgiving task of colonising a new planet: Proxima IV. Addressing real issues and challenges of such colonisation, More
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Today we have both an extract and a competition!
On Friday, we met the Wild, which proved its bite is even sharper than its bark, and today we have one last pivotal, character to introduce. His name is Thorn, he has set the board for a game against man, and now the pieces are moving…
We have 10 copies of The Red Knight to give away to some lucky readers. To enter, just answer the following question: Who told Tunxis he … More
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So far this week we’ve met the Company, The Red Knight, The Abbess and the novice Amicia . . . now it’s the Wild’s turn. It’s the great force which used to control the land, the creatures which roamed free until man came and changed the landscape. Today we have a glimpse into the relationship between men and the Wild – the uses, abuses, acts of revenge and acts of fear that seem small in themselves but which, as Miles … More
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