Dark Ages

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  • 9780006496373
  • 9780008219499

INTO THE DARK

Fran has come back to face her ghosts: the fears she buried four long years ago. If she confronts the creatures from her nightmares, she’ll know that they were only in her mind. Her best friend and the man she loves are waiting, and spring in sunny Oxford seems to light the way ahead. But on Salisbury Plain she meets a living shadow and finds she is destined for a darker road.

Martin is still challenging his demons: the phantoms that he’s glimpsed and can’t forget. Before his eyes they swarmed out of a medieval star chart and vanished in the night without a trace. He has unleashed the Ravensbreed: a band of ruthless warriors, sworn to defend their ancient kingdom in its darkest hour. The world has moved on, and yet the land still needs them. Beyond the peaceful English fields, old enemies are gathering again.

From city streets to wild woods, among outcasts and resisters, Fran and Martin must join the Ravensbreed in their final, desperate war – a long and bloody struggle which, if lost, will plunge their country and everyone they love into a brutal New Dark Age.

  • HarperCollins Publishers; December 2016
  • ISBN 9780008219499
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  • Title: Dark Ages
  • Author: John Pritchard
  • Imprint: HarperVoyager
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  • 9780006496373
  • 9780008219499

In The Press

‘A magical tale… Satisfying, ethereal and poignant.’
SFX

‘A well-written and original novel, picking up on aspects of history neglected in the genre and containing numerous ideas and set-pieces which stay with the reader’
Shivers

About The Author

John Pritchard was born in Wales in 1964. His NHS career began with a summer job as a Casualty receptionist in his local hospital, after which eye-opening introduction he worked in administration and patient services. He currently helps to manage the medical unit in a large hospital in the south of England. Dark Ages is his fourth novel.

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  • 9780006496373
  • 9780008219499