Son of the Morning: Chapter Four

This week we’ve got the final chapter in our part-serialization of Son of the Morning to share with you. If you missed our previous posts you can catch up with prologue and chapter one, chapter two  and chapter three. Return to Mark Adler’s glorious world of angels and devils. Click here to read Son of the Morning Chapter Four. Son of the Morning is out now. You can pick up your copy from your local bookshop. . 

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Son of the Morning: Chapter Three

This week we’re delighted to bring you the next chapter in our book of the month Son of the Morning. If you missed our last  posts you can catch up with prologue and chapter one here and chapter two here.  Return to Mark Adler’s glorious world of angels and devils. Click here to read Son of the Morning Chapter three . Son of the Morning is published on 17th April 2014. 

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Son of the Morning: Chapter Two

This week we’re delighted to bring you the next chapter in our book of the month Son of the Morning. If you missed our post last week you can catch up with prologue and chapter one here. Things are heating up as the war on earth begins to spill over into Heaven and Hell. Return to Mark Adler’s glorious world of angels and devils. Click here to read Chapter-Two. Son of the Morning is published on 17th April 2014.   

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Book of the Month: Son of the Morning

20140403_100936Our book of the month for April is the mighty Son of the Morning by Mark Alder. The best way to introduce it is via an edited letter from Simon,our Associate Publisher for Gollancz, which he penned to our Geeks earlier in the year (who you’ll be hearing more from later in the month) to bring them to this epic read. The first chapter is below, and we’re be serializing it throughout the month with a giveaway to come.

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Friday Reads: Son of the Morning

The events of the Hundred Years War would make for an extraordinary novel even if you wrote them as a straight novel. The characters were larger than life, the politicking every bit as devious as anything George RR Martin could imagine and the battles every bit as brutal. Add into the mix the angels and demons of medieval religion made real and you have an amazing story. Simon Spanton, Son of the Morning’s editor gives you his take on the book. The first thing you might notice about Son of the Morning (maybe even before the resplendent angel wings and…

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