“Once they were a band of mercenaries who shook the pillars of the world through their cunning, their closely guarded alchemical brews and stone cold steel. Whoever met their price won. Now, their glory days behind them and their genius leader in hiding, the warriors known as the ‘Twenty’ are being hunted down and eliminated one by one.
A lifetime of enemies has its own price.”
Where to buy Snakewood
You can buy a copy of my debut novel, Snakewood, from any of the following stores, though it never hurts to pop into your local bookshop, because they’re the only shops where you can browse people’s imaginations, and they’re full of people that are passionate about books.
Bookshops are my favourite places on earth :)
Snakewood at Barnes&Noble
Snakewood at Waterstones
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Reviews & Quotes for Snakewood
“A thrilling tale of adventure, betrayal, triumph and loss” Interzone
“I give it nothing but the highest recommendation. I consider it one of the best novels I have read this year” Grimdark Magazine.
“Snakewood is one of those rare books that pisses some readers off by simply doing what books are supposed to do. Challenge.” Needleinthehay.net
“Reader investment is certainly required to grasp the threads of the story clearly from the offset, but hold tight because about a third of the way in everything clicks into place and by the end Snakewood has you gripped.” British Fantasy Society
“Grim mercenaries and badass alchemists brought to life by a bold, assured storyteller.” (Peter Newman, author of The Vagrant)
“this is as close to literary fiction as fantasy gets” (Ed McDonald, author of Blackwing)
Articles and interviews
Hiding the Ventriloquist – On John Scalzi’s blog
Q&A with Grimdark Magazine
The Magic of Snakewood – On Barnes and Noble’s sci-fi blog
They followed their mercenary calling – On Ragnarok Publications‘ website
Q&A with Writingforums.com
Q&A with Orbit
Q&A with Qwillery