Nicnevin and the Bloody Queen

Helen Mullane (Author) Dom Reardon (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
H1
Publish Date
March 10, 2020
Pages
128
Dimensions
6.6 X 10.2 X 0.4 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781643377131
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About the Author

Helen Mullane began her career in film distribution, managing the release of titles for the likes of Studio Canal and EOne. Later she produced the feature documentary FUTURESHOCK! THE STORY OF 2000AD and various shorts such as the multi-award-winning NASTY.

Helen currently resides in northern Sweden where she balances writing and producing with sled dog training and racing.

Reviews

"A disturbing coming-of-age horror story perfect for these complicated digital age times."-- "SYFY WIRE"
"[An] honestly chilling, surprising, human and brilliantly structured murder mystery in the unknown heart of Britain."--Warren Ellis "SYFY WIRE"
"A fantastic gothic horror, fairytale-esque story that draws in readers with an unnerving art style and a narrative that keeps you turning the pages."--Warren Ellis "WICKED HORROR"
"Mullane's debut graphic novel carefully walks the line between realism and folk horror in a way that only the best horror stories do."--Warren Ellis "HORROR NEWS NETWORK"
"A quintessentially English horror story with a powerful concoction of influences."--Warren Ellis "GROVEL"
"Ripe with black magic, myth, and murder... A spellbinding story."--Warren Ellis "DREAD CENTRAL"
"Engaging and provocative in a way we haven't seen before."--Alan Jones "DREAD CENTRAL"
"This is a masterpiece."--Alex Paknadel (FRIENDO) "DREAD CENTRAL"
"A bewitching blend of British folk horror and coming-of-age yarn that had me racing through its pages, desperate to see what happened next. Nicnevin is a heroine for our times."--Anne Billson "DREAD CENTRAL"
"A moody slice of folk horror that peels away the skin of modern Britain to reveal its wild and bloody heart."--Andy Diggle (LOSERS) "DREAD CENTRAL"
"Eerie yet cathartic. Strange yet graceful. Novel yet wistful.... [It] marks Helen Mullane as a much needed, passionate new voice in horror/weird fiction."--Lonnie Nadler (THE DREGS) "DREAD CENTRAL"
"Anyone whose read Neil Gaiman's novels can appreciate the style... It's an impressive work."--Lonnie Nadler (THE DREGS) "PULLBOX"