On the seventh day of Christmas, Abaddon Books gave to me... a mystery in a post-apocalyptic world that takes place in a floating city. Kavika Kamalani is a Pali Boy – meaning he’s inherited the ancient Hawai’ian warrior tradition that believes in embracing fear to overcome death. But then, his friend is killed and harvested for blood, and he sets out to find the killer. But Kavika didn’t know the Blood Ocean he was diving into, and when he’s captured, he has to embrace death in order to save them all. Sit buy the fire and delve into this new and unique setting in the world of The Afterblight Chronicles. You won’t regret it.
Blood Ocean, The Afterblight Chronicles | Weston Ochse
£7.99, ISBN: 978-1-907992-86-5
Waterworld meets Point Break.
Kavika Kamalani is a Pali Boy, a post-plague heir to an ancient Hawai’ian warrior tradition that believes in overcoming death by embracing one’s fears and living large. His life on the Nomi No Toshi, the floating city, is turned upside down when one of his friends dies, harvested for his blood, and he sets out to find the killer.
Kidnapped himself and subjected to a terrifying transformation, Kavika must embrace the ultimate fear – death itself – if he, his loved ones, and the Pali Boys themselves are to survive.
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America Omnibus, The Afterblight Chronicles | Simon Spurrier, Rebecca Levene, and Al Ewing
£10.99, ISBN: 978-1-907992-13-1