Liber Malorum by Sean Scullion
Children of the Apple

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Synopsis

"The biggest slice of collaborative magical fiction since the bible."

When Bernadette breaks into her ex-boyfriend's house to steal his laptop, little does she realise the enormity of what she has let herself in for. Join Bernadette as she is unwittingly drawn into a bizarre yet uplifting circus of sex, drugs, music, witchcraft, anarchy and apples.

Liber Malorum is an extraordinary serpent of a journey that weaves into the kaotic underbelly of civilisation. It spins through the myths and legends of an eclectic mix of 23 authors into a dangerous anti-authoritarian tapestry of
spell-binding proportions.

This is a call-out for the tearing down of fences, beliefs and boundaries. It is an intriguing seed of disobedience planted into the fertile soil of the strangest world: our own.

A juicy, delicious apple of a book.

"Harry Potter - if Irvine Welsh had written it!!" - Katherine Lambert
 

About Sean Scullion

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Published May 26, 2013 by Paganarchy Press. 523 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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