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In a world where dreams can cross into reality what would it take for you to team up with your childhood nightmare?
File Under: Urban Fantasy [ Lords of Misrule | Living the Dream | Breaking In | I Make These Look Good ]
The first book in the Shadow Watch series
Meet Detective Audra and her partner Mr Jinx, the clown who haunted her childhood dreams. Together they are working to protect the real world from Maelstrom, the world of dreams, but then things start to go sideways and they find themselves in disgrace.
It doesn’t take long for Audra and Jinx to realise that there is something sinister afoot, more dreams are escaping to the real world than ever before and it’s up to them to save both worlds before it’s too late.
The first book in the Shadow Watch series. Re-released 13th October 2020.
Re-issued WEL edition with new cover image 13th October 2020 – ISBN: 9780857669001
27th May 2014 | 9780857663702 | Epub & Mobi | RRP £5.49 / US$6.99
27th May 2014 | 9780857663696 | Massmarket Paperback | RRP US$7.99 CAN$9.99
5th June 2014 | 9780857663689 | Paperback | RRP £8.99
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Praise and Reviews for Tim Waggoner and the Nekropolis saga:
“Both horror and mystery readers will be delighted by this horror-noir adventure.”
– Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“Fans of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, fans of noir detective stories and fans of the just plain weird, rejoice! … Nekropolis is something to pick up if you are in the mood for something different and fun. The weirdness does not leave you alienated (sic) and the worldbuilding is of a very high quality.”
– SF Revu
“Nekropolis is an engaging read that had plenty to recommend it to me. I like detective tales and Nekropolis has all the elements this and uses them effectively. There’s a mystery to be solved and every question is answered with another question, just the thing to keep me reading (which it did).”
– Graeme’s Fantasy Book Reviews
“The villains in the book are creepy, alien, and often very scary, but some of Matt’s friends are even scarier… [it has] good description style and a well thought out plot.”
– SF Site
“Tim brings to the genre a mystery with some great twists, a wickedly twisted sense of humour and … a cracking world for the character to tread the beat. Great stuff.”
– Falcata Times
“Anyone who wants to see a slightly different version of urban fantasy will find this highly readable. For them as likes this type of book, Night Terrors is a very good buy.”
– Thinking About Books
“I found myself rooting for a freaking clown. And I want to go back”.
– Kathy’s Book Pile