May 20, 2013 by Tony Lane
Modern takes on pulp fiction stories can easily feel either dated or like a great big round of Edam. Thankfully this story does not suffer from either of those issues. The pace was fast moving and relentless in a manner that befitted a boxing match. ...A Texan with Irish lineage is not a person to besmirch unless you’re willing to back it up. ... There were surprises in this story that have left me reading about Irish Folklore and imagining what the story could have led to. Any story that sparks the imagination is a good thing. This book is well worth missing a frothy coffee with your name on the side for. ...a great modern take on pulp fiction.
5.0 out of 5 stars
A THUMPIN' GOOD READ!, May 12, 2013
The Fist of the Fae: Pulp Line #7 (Paperback)
I defy anyone who reads the very well-crafted prologue to this novella not to read it through in one sitting, as I did. Author Glenn clearly knows his topic and has conceived a most entertaining story, told with great humor and love for his subject. Pour yourself a brew, sit back and have an enjoyable evening as you read of writer Robert E. Howard's very plausible trip to the Emerald isle.