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Of Blood and Honey

Of Blood and Honey


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ISBN: 9781597802130
Published: 02/01/2011

Buy at: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Powell's, or Baen

ISBN: 9781597802994
Published: 02/01/2011

Fallen angels and The Fey clash against the backdrop of Irish/English conflicts of the 1970s in this stunning debut novel by Stina Leicht.

Liam never knew who his father was. The town of Derry had always assumed that Liam was the bastard of a Protestant. Liam’s mother never spoke of the man, so Liam had assumed him dead.

When the war between The Fey and The Fallen begins to heat up, Liam and the woman he loves are pulled into a conflict invisible to most humans— a conflict in which Liam’s father fights on the front lines. This centuries-old battle between supernatural forces seems to mirror the political divisions in 1970s-era Ireland, and Liam is thrown headlong into both conflicts.

Only the direct intervention of Liam’s father and a secret Catholic order dedicated to fighting The Fallen can save Liam from the mundane and supernatural forces around him, and from the darkness that lurks within.

“Stina Leicht is one of my favourites among the new writers we have today. She writes with depth and heart and tells a story with all the resonance of an old whiskey: dark with an edgy flavour.”
— Charles de Lint, author of Forests of the Heart

“Riveting. A remarkable thriller that brings together the personal and the political, and uses the fantastic to examine the forces that have driven the recent history of the troubles in Northern Ireland. An extraordinarily exciting read that makes me want to use phrases like fast-paced, spellbinding, and couldn’t put it down.”
— Eileen Gunn, author of Stable Strategies and Others

“Of Blood and Honey is remarkable! It was a compulsive read— I had to finish it as fast as possible and will be waiting impatiently for the next.”
— Kat Richardson, author of Greywalker