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The Rising (Department 19, Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Will Hill
4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)

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PRAISE FOR DEPARTMENT 19
“Bram Stoker can stop turning in his grave: his 21st-century legacy extends beyond Twilight.” – The Telegraph

“Enough weaponry to satisfy the most warlike of pre-teen boys and enough action on every page to qualify for a health warning” – Belfast News

“Injects some blood and thunder back into the vamp mythos…this is a lively set-up to what looks to be a fun and blood-soaked YA thrill ride” – SFX Magazine

“Hill hits the ground running in this explosive debut, an action thriller inspired by a genre classic… this is a nonstop thrill ride right up to the cliffhanger ending. This cinematic adrenaline rush has the makings of a surefire hit.” Publishers Weekly

“…plenty of high-octane action, groovy specialized vampire-fighting equipment, buckets of gore, intriguing historical side trips and even a little romance…” Kirkus Review

About the Author

Before quitting his job in publishing to write Department 19, Will Hill worked as a bartender, a bookseller and a door-to-door charity worker. He grew up in the north-east of England, is scared of spiders, and is a big fan of cats. He lives in east London with his girlfriend, where he splits his time between staring out of the window and staring at a computer screen. The latter tends to be more productive.

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