The fourth volume in John Houlihan's acclaimed series opens up a new front in the White Witchman's eternal war against dread Cthulhu and his unholy minions.
"Pick up Before The Flood and devour it, then go onto the rest of the Seraph Chronicles. You’ll be in for a hell of a ride!" - Sci fi and Fantasy Reviewer
The year is 2034 and Britain is a drowning isle, after a cataclysmic wave destroyed her cities, killing millions, raising the sea level by 60 metres and changing the landscape forever.
The Flood has brought Albion to her knees and now the Devils, a race of malevolent sea creatures, haunt her coasts as the survivors retreat inland, struggling for their very existence.
Mankind learns to fear the sea and avoid the water.
When a mysterious island surfaces off the coast of Wales, a small team of British militia under the command of the war-weary veteran Sergeant Emma Stokes, is dispatched to investigate this new threat. But a chance meeting with the mysterious Major Seraph takes them on a dangerous odyssey through this drowned world, to the hidden fortress-city of Gwaelod, which seems to offer new hope in the battle against the creatures.
Yet as humanity clutches on by its fingertips, who are the real enemies in this deadly flooded world?
Reaction to the Seraph Saga
"An evocative tale of blood, bullets and ice" David J Rodger - The Trellborg Monstrosities
"Anyone who loves a good war or horror story should pick these up." 4/5 Serena Nelson - Good Reads.com
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"Great story, interesting characters, lots of sword and musket action, and the potential for future stories in an underutilised setting." FantasyBookCritic.com- The Crystal Void
"The writing is excellent and the atmosphere well-maintained" Amazon Review - Tomb of the Aeons
"Like a Commando Comic crossed with Lovecraft" - Amazon review The Trellborg Monstrosities
"Awesome book, please read. it won't disappoint" - LightSwitch The Trellborg Monstrosities
"The writing is good and the pace is fast and exciting." Kjetil Kverndokken - GoodReads.org The Trellborg Monstrosities
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