From Darkness

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.73
Publisher
Interlude Press
Publish Date
Pages
268
Dimensions
5.2 X 8.0 X 0.6 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781945053986

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About the Author

Kate Hazel Hall has published short stories and creative non-fiction for adults, but YA fiction is where her heart is--especially fantasy, magical realism, and speculative YA with a healthy amount of Sapphic romance built in. When she isn't writing, Kate often sneaks off to the forest or the beach with a sketchbook and a surfboard. Despite wearing out several wetsuits, Kate is yet to gain her advanced surfer qualifications, but she does have a PhD in Literary Studies from Deakin University, where she teaches graduate research skills, genre studies and ecological fiction. Kate lives with her daughters and the world's naughtiest rescue cat in a small Australian coastal town, just across the Southern Ocean from Antarctica. From Darkness (Duet Books, November 2020) is her first novel.

Reviews

"From Darkness is deeply romantic, in both senses of the word. It's moody and atmospheric yet passionate and endearing. This story broke my heart with its fraught relationships and stitched me back together again with its gorgeous words."--Alex Brown, Tor.com

"A story that takes the reader on an edge-of-your-seat ride through love, loss and redemption."--Mark Smith, bestselling author of The Road To Winter

"Set in two richly imagined, juxtaposed worlds and cleverly infused with Greek mythology, From Darkness is an atmospheric tale ofgrief, courage and first love."--Julia Ember, author of The Seafarer's Kiss and Ruinsong

"This delicate story combines suspenseful twists with emboldening love, threading miracles out of the bleakest moments."--Foreword Reviews

"An atmospheric read... The book's greatest strength is its sense of place; the pine plantation and terrifying sinkholes come vividly to life."--Kirkus Reviews