Science Fiction Fridays: The best eco-horror of the year

black feathersBlack Feathers by Joseph D’Lacey
The world is in the middle of an environmental apocalypse and one young boy must escape the clutches of those that seek to profit from the decay to find the Crowman, a mythical champion of the planet. A strange and thrilling read that flirts between fantasy and dystopia in interesting ways. Great for fans of Neil Gaiman’s darker genre-benders.

 

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