The Forever Ship: release news, & upcoming events

Not long now until the release of the final book in the Fire Sermon trilogy, The Forever Ship, which is coming out (in hardback) on June 29th (in the UK – December 5th in the US). The book has an ominously evocative cover (courtesy of designer Charlotte Abrams-Simpson), and I’m so excited that readers can finally discover the end of Cass and Zach’s story. To read the blurb, or pre-order, you can go here.

The fabulous London bookshop, Goldsboro Books, are once again doing a special, numbered, limited edition. There are only 250 copies, so grab yours quickly here.

London folk: I’ll be doing a reading and Q&A at SRFC (Super Relaxed Fantasy Club) on Tues 30th May. It’s always a fantastic event: relaxed, friendly and chatty – so do come along, have a drink, and say hi. Full details here (NB: advance booking required).

The launch of The Forever Ship will be on June 29th.  Venue (London) and details to be confirmed shortly.

To those who have asked about release dates for other translations, unfortunately I have no control over these, but they are always a considerable time after the English-language publication, as it takes time to translate a novel (and I’m in awe of my talented translators around the world who do this so skilfully). My publishers in individual countries are a better source of this information than I am, I’m afraid.



The Forever Ship

Book 3 of the Fire Sermon trilogy

She can see the future

but can she change it?

Paloma’s arrival, with news of Elsewhere and the possibility of a world free of the fatal bond between twins, has given Cass and the resistance a hope worth fighting for. But they are facing a Council more powerful and ruthless than Cass could ever have imagined, willing to unleash weapons from the long-buried past to maintain their power over Alphas and Omegas alike.

As the stunning Fire Sermon trilogy comes to a close, the final struggle between Zach and Cass has begun – a struggle that will jeopardise not only the future of Elsewhere but the future of the world.

What started wth fire may very well end with fire…