The Book of the Crowman by Joseph D’Lacey

“Joseph D’Lacey is one of our best new horror writers, delivering surprises, intensity, and scares aplenty with each new book. And with every book, he’s upping his game.”
Tim Lebbon, author of The Heretic Land and London Eye

“Dreadfully visionary. Appallingly inspired. One could wear out a thesaurus trying to articulate the singular fusion of qualities that has come to define Joseph D’Lacey’s work. Alternately (and sometimes simultaneously) horrifying, mesmerizing, shocking, unsettling, and beautiful, and always deeply intelligent, it’s utterly unlike anything else I’m aware of. It’s also utterly wonderful.”
Matt Cardin, author of To Rouse Leviathan and Dark Awakenings

The Book Of The Crowman by Joseph D'LaceyIt is the Black Dawn, a time of environmental apocalypse, the earth wracked and dying.

It is the Bright Day, a time long generations hence, when a peace has descended across the world.

The search for the shadowy figure known only as the Crowman continues, as the Green Men prepare to rise up against the forces of the Ward.

The world has been condemned. Only Gordon Black and The Crowman can redeem it.

File Under: Fantasy

Book Info:
The Second Book in the Black Dawn Duology

UK Print
Date: 6th March 2014
ISBN: 9780857663474
Format: Medium (B-Format) Paperback
R.R.P.: £8.99

North American Print
Date: 25th February 2014
ISBN: 9780857663481
Format: Small (Mass-Market) Paperback
R.R.P.: US$7.99 / CAN$9.99

Date: 25th February 2014
ISBN: 9780857663498
Format: Epub & Mobi
R.R.P.: £5.49 / US$6.99

Other Books in This Series:

1. Black Feathers (World: April 2013)

Buying Info:

UK Print & Ebook | Book Depository | Waterstones | WHSmith

North American Print & Ebook | | |

Global DRM-Free Epub Ebook
On-sale 25th February 2014 from the Robot Trading Company

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Praise and Reviews for Black Feathers:

“An exceptional piece of apocalyptic/horror/fantasy fiction.”

“D’Lacey’s passages are rife with urgency … its message on environmental issues, meticulous setting of scene, and successful intertwining of the characters’ narratives makes for an engaging read.”
- Publishers Weekly

“If you’re a horror fan and you’re not already reading Joseph D’Lacey you had better have a bloody good excuse.”
- The Eloquent Page

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