Dilman Dila

Best Novella Nominee: Nommo Awards 2016

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"...beautiful..." Bookshy Books

"....positions us neatly in familiar Clarkean territory."  Strange Horizons

And in the moving “The Flying Man of Stone” by Dilman Dila, 15-year-old Kera, having witnessed the slaughter of his mother and siblings by soldiers, is given a flying machine and a super-weapon by his ailing father, with tragic consequences -- Eric Brown, The Best Science Fiction Novels, Review Roundup

Dilman Dila’s ‘The Flying Man of Stone’ is a sublime blend of fantasy and science fiction. It examines the nature of power and its effect on those who wield it. Wawabook Review

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