Black Feathers by Joseph D' Lacey

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Synopsis

Black Feathers is a modern fantasy set in two epochs: the Black Dawn, a time of environmental apocalypse, and generations into the future in its aftermath, the Bright Day.

In each era, a child undertakes a perilous journey to find a dark messiah known as The Crowman. In their hands lies the fate of the planet as they attempt to discover whether The Crowman is our saviour… or the final incarnation of evil.
 

About Joseph D' Lacey

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D'Lacey is the award-winning author best known for his shocking eco-horror novel Meat, which won him the British Fantasy Award for Best Newcomer in 2009 and prompted no less a literary luminary than Stephen King to declare "Joseph D'Lacey rocks!" The author lives in Great Britain.
 
Published March 26, 2013 by Angry Robot. 496 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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SciFiNow

The legend of Black Jack is very much alive in Volume One of Joseph D’Lacey’s Black Dawn duology, Black Feathers.

Mar 25 2013 | Read Full Review of Black Feathers

SciFiNow

The legend of Black Jack is very much alive in Volume One of Joseph D’Lacey’s Black Dawn duology, Black Feathers.

Mar 25 2013 | Read Full Review of Black Feathers

Upcoming4.Me

I must admit that I have never heard of Joseph D'Lacey before Angry Robot decided to publish his Black Dawn duology but Joseph became an accomplished writer long before that.

Mar 29 2013 | Read Full Review of Black Feathers

This is Horror

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Two children, one living during the Black Dawn, an apocalyptic breakdown of Earth's environment and the rise of a totalitarian government, the other

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