#1 New York Times bestselling author Kim Harrison takes us back to where it all began - this is the prequel to the HOLLOWS.
Kim Harrison returns to her beloved HOLLOWS series with the official prequel. This will introduce fans and readers to a whole new side of Rachel Morgan's world as they've never seen it before!
Can science save us when all else fails?
Trisk and her hated rival, Kalamack, have the same goal: save their species from extinction.
Death comes in the guise of hope when a genetically modified tomato created to feed the world combines with the government's new tactical virus, giving it an unexpected host and a mode of transport. Plague takes the world, giving the paranormal species an uncomfortable choice to stay hidden and allow humanity to die, or to show themselves in a bid to save them.
Under accusations of scientific misconduct, Trisk and Kal flee across a plague torn United States to convince leaders of the major paranormal species to save their supposedly weaker kin, but not everyone thinks humanity should be saved.
Kal surreptitiously works against her as Trisk fights the prejudices of two societies to prove that not only does humanity have something to offer, but that long-accepted beliefs against women, dark magic, and humanity itself can turn to understanding; that when people are at their worst that the best show their true strength, and that love can hold the world together as a new balance is found.
An unmissable story for fans of the HOLLOWS series - discover Rachel Morgan's world as you've never seen it before . . .
Harrison's work can read like a smoldering combination of Alice Waters and Ozzy Osbourne - The New York Times Book Review
I wouldn't miss a Kim Harrison book for anything. - Charlaine Harris
A spellbinding blend of sharp wit and vivid imagination. A wonderfully fun romp through the supernatural world. - Kelley Armstrong
Fascinating and unique - Jim Butcher
Discovering a new series like this is like finding buried treasure. - Diana Gabaldon
Action packed, chick-lit with a supernatural twist. - The Times
Harrison's work can read like a smouldering combination of Alice Waters and Ozzy Osbourne - New York Times Book Reviews