'Gritty, dynamic, and beautiful - I can't wait for more' Tessa Gratton, author of Blood Magic
'One of the most imaginative pieces of genre fiction I've ever read' Fantasy-faction.com.
'He nails that spot between utterly normal and blood-curdlingly weird perfectly' Jon Courtenay Grimwood, author of the Assassini novels.
'A delicious and truly urban
fantasy which makes wonderful use of its setting and explores what cities really are. If you like urban fantasy, you should definitely check this book out!' Jellyfish Reads.
'There's something here for everyone; excitement, adventure, innovation and also depth of narrative, depth of world and, most important, depth of personality and emotion' Adventures With Words.
From the Inside Flap
Hidden under the surface of everyday London is a city of monsters and miracles, where wild train spirits stampede over the tracks and glass-skinned dancers with glowing veins light the streets. When a devastating betrayal drives her from her home, graffiti artist Beth Bradley stumbles into the secret city, where she finds Filius Viae, London's ragged crown prince, just when he needs someone most. An ancient enemy has returned to the darkness under St Paul's Cathedral, bent on reigniting a centuries-old war, and Beth and Fil find themselves in a desperate race through a bizarre urban wonderland, searching for a way to save the city they both love. The City's Son is the first book of The Skyscraper Throne: a story about family, friends and monsters, and how you can't always tell which is which.
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