Cover by Tabatha Stirling
The sequel to Hobgoblin’s Herald is now available in kindle and paperback formats on Amazon worldwide as well as in ebook formats via our own website! We are obviously very excited. If you haven’t read the first book yet, grab it quick and get caught up!
You can get an idea of what you are in for in Hobgoblin’s Herald from its excellent Goodreads reviews.
Eater of Names
Time is the Death of Heroes. Time is the Eater of Names.The old knight is lost.Sir Aethed, disguised as a merchant’s bodyguard, travels the world seeking to reunite his crusading king Aaren with the mythical blade Moontalon, so that the crusader king might turn the tide against Ivak Mornscour and save Guien from his horde of travesties.But stranded on the frozen, windswept tundra of Ashebos, Aethed must face child-eating demons and mammoth gods, with the unwelcome aird of a wretched band of hobgoblins and the strange, savage girl who serves as their herald.
It’s only just over a week away now, so we wanted to remind you we will be having a launch at this years Sledge.Lit.
The book officially being brought out in style is Tracy Fahey’s ‘The Girl in the Fort’, but we will also be bringing copies of some of this years other new titles, fantasy novels Hobgoblin’s Herald and Into the Blight along with our Halloween release Got Ghosts, will all be making their event debut in Derby.
We are pleased to say that in addition to the traditional wine and nibbles there will also be Fox cookies made by the fabulous Motherfudger.
Please come along and say hi, even if you don’t buy.
Quad, Derby on the afternoon of 25th November.
The Hobgoblin’s Herald is now available!
Andrew’s debut is a fantastic fantasy adventure for lovers of traditional fantasy and those looking for something a but different.
Cover art by Tabatha Stirling
There are monsters in the forests of Katahia, and not all of them are human…
When a poacher’s daughter saves one of their chieftains, she is drawn into the twisted world of the dreaded hobgoblins, where life is cheap and pity is weakness. Together, the girl and the malignant beasts must cross a realm on the cusp of dynastic civil war, in search of a land where they might thrive, or else be eradicated in the coming conflict.
As the road before her grows ever darker and her allies ever stranger, Mallory must choose which side she owes loyalty, and what she is willing to do in order to survive.
Read the opening paragraphs here
Find the book on Amazon uk here
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