Thomas Fay is a science fiction and fantasy author. Originally from Warsaw, Poland he now lives and writes in the beach side haven of Bondi in Sydney, Australia with the support and encouragement of his amazing wife and mischievous cockalier puppy.
Thomas discovered a love of science fiction early on, perhaps something to do with the dystopian society he grew up in. Bleak concrete apartment blocks situated in a field of grass, against the backdrop of the Chernobyl disaster—will make for a great opening of a book he’ll write one day.
For now, he focuses on writing science fiction detective novels, inspired by his early reading of Asimov and Phillip K. Dick, along with sweeping space operas and the occasional journey into the realm of fantasy.
on Jan. 27, 2014 :
”- A really good collection of short stories, set at various points in the future. The Price of Identity in particular is a great read, a futuristic thriller similar to the works of Phillip K Dick. A diverse and interesting mix of stories and characters.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
on Jan. 23, 2014 :
The first and last stories were my favorites. The child in the first story is so freaky and the ending blew me away, while sirens call was just a very fun to read space opera style story.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)