Set in a world of dark gods and dangerous magic, THE SHADOW SAINT is the gripping, darkly inventive sequel to Gareth Hanrahan's acclaimed debut THE GUTTER PRAYER
'HANRAHAN HAS AN ASTONISHING IMAGINATION' Peter McLean, author of PRIEST OF BONES
With his acclaimed debut, THE GUTTER PRAYER, Gareth Hanrahan introduced a world of sorcerers and thieves, broken gods and dangerous magic. Now this epic tale continues in THE SHADOW SAINT, the gripping second novel in the BLACK IRON LEGACY.
As the Godswar draws ever closer and tensions within the city escalate, how long will the people of Guerdon be able to keep their enemies at bay?
Praise for THE GUTTER PRAYER:
'Captivating' Nicholas Eames
'Masterful drama, expert dialogue, brilliant characters' Fantasy Book Review
'Absolutely stunning' Michael R. Fletcher
'I await the sequel with keenest anticipation' Anthony Ryan
'Mind-blowingly stellar in every respect' Novel Notions
'A gripping, darkly inventive tale' James Islington
'A mercurial masterpiece . . . Astounding' Fantasy Hive
'Put simply, you need to read this' The Fantasy Inn
'Undoubtedly, the debut of the year' Booknest
Mind-blowingly stellar in every respect . . . envision that The Gutter Prayer will not only win many readers' hearts but also win multiple fantasy awards in the near future. Yes, it was THAT good. Read it. Thank me later
An intricate and finely crafted web of compelling characters navigating a city rich in dark and original wonders. I await the sequel with the keenest anticipation
Gareth Hanrahan is a total genius
Already one of my favourite books from 2019. It's original, incredibly well-written and honestly just so much fun to read . . . It's the battlecry of an exciting new author who I feel has the potential to hit the very top of the genre. Put simply, you need to read this
Gareth Hanrahan's three-month break from computer programming to concentrate on writing has now lasted fifteen years and counting. He's written more gaming books than he can readily recall, by virtue of the alchemical transmutation of tea and guilt into words. He lives in Ireland with his wife and three children. Follow him on Twitter at @mytholder.