Epic worldbuilding at its finest, debut fantasy The Black Coast is the start of an unmissable series filled with war dragons, armoured knights, sea-faring raiders, dangerous magic and crowd-pleasing battle scenes.
A DAEMONIC WARLORD ON THE RISE.
'5/5 stars' SFX Magazine
When the citizens of Black Keep see ships on the horizon, terror takes them because they know who is coming: for generations, the keep has been raided by the fearsome clanspeople of Tjakorsha. Saddling their war dragons, Black Keep's warriors rush to defend their home only to discover that the clanspeople have not come to pillage at all. Driven from their own land by a daemonic despot who prophesises the end of the world, the raiders come in search of a new home . . .
Meanwhile the wider continent of Narida is lurching toward war. Black Keep is about to be caught in the crossfire - if only its new mismatched society can survive.
THE START OF AN UNMISSABLE FANTASY SERIES.
'Vibrant and intricate worldbuilding' Matthew Ward
'Epic . . . powerful . . . I really, really can't recommend this one enough' Fantasy Inn
'Excellent characters and wonderful worldbuilding, with a wealth of interesting cultural collisions . . . I'm already excited for the next one!' Django Wexler
'Compelling . . . promises to be a watershed epic fantasy series. I loved it' Fantasy Book Review
The Black Coast is the first fantasy novel from critically acclaimed Games Workshop/Warhammer 40k author Mike Brooks. Look out for the sequel: The Splinter King.
Vibrant and intricate worldbuilding
Epic . . . powerful . . . I really, really can't recommend this one enough
Excellent characters and wonderful worldbuilding, with a wealth of interesting cultural collisions . . . I'm already excited for the next one!
Compelling . . . promises to be a watershed epic fantasy series. I loved it.
Mike Brooks was born in Ipswich, Suffolk and now lives in Nottingham with his wife, cats, snakes, and a collection of tropical fish. He worked for a homelessness charity for over fifteen years, before deciding that he preferred making up stories for a living. When not writing, he plays guitar with his punk band and DJs wherever anyone will tolerate him. He is the author of three science fiction novels, Dark Run, Dark Sky and Dark Deeds, and various works for Games Workshop's Black Library.