Blood & Feathers: Rebellion
By Lou Morgan
Feathers will be ruffled on 4 July (UK)
and 9 July (US & Can)
£7.99 (UK) ISBN 978-1-78108-122-8
$9.99/$12.99 (US & CAN) ISBN 978-1-78108-123-5
Available in paperback and ebook
“This is a war. The war. You’re in this … to the end.”
“Morgan impressed with her darkly fantastic debut” – Tor.com on Blood and Feathers
“Dark, enticing and so sharp the pages could cut you.” – Sarah Pinborough
Following her stunning debut with Blood and Feathers, Lou Morgan has returned to her genre-busting take on angels and demons. Blood and Feathers: Rebellion picks up the story after the events of the first book, with the final war between good and evil being waged, and Alice and Mallory trapped in the middle.
The official launch of Blood and Feathers: Rebellion will be at
Forbidden Planet (179 Shaftsbury Avenue, WC2H 8JR) on Thursday, 27 June at 6pm.
Driven out of hell and with nothing to lose, the Fallen wage open warfare against the angels on the streets. And they’re winning. As the balance tips towards the darkness, Alice – barely recovered from her own ordeal in hell and struggling to start over – once again finds herself in the eye of the storm. But with the chaos spreading and the Archangel Michael determined to destroy Lucifer whatever the cost, is the price simply too high? And what sacrifices will Alice and the angels have to make in order to pay it?
Adding a fresh new voice to the industry with a book that is violent and incisive, acerbic and witty, with Blood and Feathers: Rebellion Morgan proves herself a talent to be watched.
About the author
Born in Wales in the UK, Lou Morgan studied medieval literature at UCL and now lives in the south west of England with her husband, son and obligatory cat. Her first novel, Blood and Feathers was published by Solaris Books in August 2012, and her short stories have appeared in several anthologies. She has a weakness for pizza, and for cathedrals (but probably not at the same time) and can be found on Twitter at @LouMorgan – usually when she's supposed to be doing something else.