Walking between the worlds has always been dangerous - but this time V's facing the loss of all she holds dear. The brilliant, fast-paced sequel to VIGIL and CORPSELIGHT.
'First-class imagination and first-class storytelling' Jeff Vandermeer, bestselling author of the SOUTHERN REACH trilogy
Walking between the worlds has always been dangerous - but this time V's facing the loss of all she holds dear.
Verity Fassbinder thought no boss could be worse than her perfectionist ex-boyfriend - until she agreed to work for a fallen angel. The angel is a jealous - and violent - employer, so she's quit working for the Weyrd Council and sent her family away.
The angel has tasked V with finding two lost treasures. That would be hard even without a vengeful Dusana Nadasy on her heels. And Inspector McIntyre won't stop calling: the bodies of Normal women who disappeared decades ago are turning up, apparently subjected to Weyrd magics. Angelic demands or not, this isn't something V can walk away from.
And the angel is getting impatient for results . . .
'Slatter at her finest hour' Thoughts by Tash
A brilliant conclusion to the trilogy, Restoration is Slatter at her finest hour - Thoughts by Tash
Verity has touches of Katniss Everdeen but quickly establishes herself as a strong, likeable and positive female heroine in her own right - Lovereading
Beautiful, captivating and effortless writing . . . it's almost impossible for you to guess exactly what is likely to happen next - The Never Ending Bookshelf
Rich and heady as honey mead, potent and earthy as great Scotch, the sublimely dark tales of Angela Slatter are an addictive delight - Neil Snowden, Waterstones
Edgy, hilarious and full of heart - Verity is back and as brilliant as ever! - Alison Goodman, award-winning author of Lady Helen and the Dark Days Club
One of the most important voices in fantasy - SF Signal on Angela Slatter
Simply put: Slatter can write! Beautifully, stylishly, accurately. She forces us to recognise the monsters that are ourselves - Jack Dann, award-winning author of The Memory Cathedral