Friday, 31 January 2014

Launch of Alchemy by Ailsa Abraham!

Happy launch day to Ailsa Abraham!

Today's the launch of Alchemy by Ailsa Abraham, published by Crooked Cat. Alchemy is a prequel to Ailsa's novel, Shaman's Drum. At the time of posting this, I'm already delving into Alchemy!


About Alchemy:

A world without war?

Professor Sawhele Fielding stumbles across an invention that would change the world; something so monumental, it could spell the end of environmental disaster and conflict. With the help of her father, a shadowy figure in the world of international banking, she begins to set into motion the biggest upheaval the planet has seen.

But in a changed world, dark forces are threatening the fragile peace. Where modern technology is proving useless, old magic from a bygone era might just save the day. Adrian Oliver, expert in ancient religions is skeptical until faced with incontrovertible proof that ancient evil is abroad once again.

How could a Utopian dream of free fuel and peaceful co-existence turn into a nightmare?

Iamo, a priest of the Mother Goddess and Riga, a Black Shaman assassin captain, are thrown together – reluctantly at first – to face a threat that nobody could have imagined before “The Changes”.

ALCHEMY is the prequel to Shaman's Drum which features the adventures of Iamo and Riga through their world in the near future, where the established religions of our own days had been banned.  





I've read Shaman's Drum and thoroughly enjoyed it (see my review on Amazon here or my blog here) and invited Ailsa for a natter about loves, dislikes, and pooches on this blog - read our chat here.


Connect with Ailsa on Twitter @ailsaabraham
Buy Alchemy from Amazon UK /  Amazon.com 
Buy Shaman's Drum from Amazon UK / Amazon.com
Visit Crooked Cat to buy the books

Thanks for stopping by and reading! 

1 comment:

  1. I'm really looking forward to reading Alchemy! I read Shamans Drum in one sitting and am expecting to do the same with the prequel. I'm therefore booking myself a whole day out tomorrow to do nothing but read!

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