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The Heretic Land [Paperback]

Tim Lebbon
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Smartly-written and briskly-paced, The Heretic Land is one half prison break, one half war story. The combination makes for an entertaining read, and Lebbon successfully stuffs his dark fantasy island with inventive and incredible ideas (SFX)

Lebbon has created a startlingly authentic world, a parallel universe in which the lineaments of our equally strange reality - its creatures, its mysteries, its brooding religions - stand out in stark relief (DAILY MAIL)

Book Description

A brand-new dark fantasy novel from New York Times-bestselling author Tim Lebbon

From the Back Cover

AN ISLAND PRISON. AN OCEAN FULL OF MONSTERS. NO CHANCE OF ESCAPE.

Arrested by the Ald, scholar Bon Ugane and merwoman Leki Borle awake on a prison ship bound for the island of Skythe - a barren land warped and ruined by ancient conflict. Survival is tough and the colony's original inhabitants are neither friendly nor entirely still human.

But something else waits on the island, a living weapon whose very existence is a heresy. Destroyed many years ago, it silently begins to clutch at life once more.

Praise for Tim Lebbon:

'Echo City is a horrific, suspenseful read full of creepy invention' - Interzone

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About the Author

Tim Lebbon has won the Bram Stoker Award for his short fiction and the British Fantasy Society Award four times. His novelisation of the movie 30 DAYS OF NIGHT also won him a Scribe Award in 2008. Tim writes full-time and lives in Monmouthshire.
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