Following a slight misfire with a prank (on a cop, involving herself as the dead body), Jaeda finds herself confined to a small room, with only a TV as company. Relaxing will help her regenerate her mostly missing body, but that's entirely too boring for her liking. Besides, she has better things to do with her time, like becoming a model. | But when her guardian and keeper vanishes, Jaeda has to move quickly to avoid capture and save herself, her guardian, and her new human pets. Regenerating will simply have to wait. | Eye of Glass is the first of installment in the Bodyless series, new from Hellmaw!
Once a top soldier of BlackQueen’s army of hunters, Hon (aka HoneyBoy) hasn’t reported to the Widow Web Forum in weeks. During his last mission he let two friends die, and consolidating loss and victory is proving difficult. He needs a break, to eat ice cream and remember what it was like to be human. To remember who he’d been before becoming one of BlackQueen’s elite hunters. But Rollux, the powerful daemon responsible for the death of HoneyBoy’s friends, seems to have gone berserk, drawing dangerous attention to himself and hurting some of HoneyBoy’s fellow forumites. Hon has to get back in the game, guilt and all, or risk losing even more friends. For the hunters of the Widow ...
The mists have lifted, leaving behind a shattered world. Still reeling from the loss of her best friend, Alva Viola Taverner must trust the mysterious watchmaker to keep them safe. But the road to safety is strewn with bodies and, up ahead, the faeries still thirst for human blood. ** Part 2 of 5 in the bestselling serialized novel. This special edition hardcover features special illustrations by the cover artist, Kerri Elizabeth Gerow.
A disappearing watch. A thief in the night. Whispers around every corner... Then a mist rolls into town and refuses to dissipate. Alva Viola Taverner has lived in her small town all of her life, working as a car tech while saving for her little sister to go to university. But everything is about to change as the veil between our world and the world of the faeries weakens and falls. Suddenly, even the smallest bump in the night can prove the deadliest. **first in a new serialized novel**
"Marie Bilodeau knocks my socks off."--Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of WAKE A broken tradition. A hunted child. A rebellion that threatens to topple the very fabric of the universe. When Layela Delamores gives birth to her first child, the ether immediately rejects what should be its only heir. A wave of destruction sweeps the ether races and sparks Solaria's ire and rebellion on Mirial. A new heir rises to take the throne of Mirial, one who wields tainted ether. Unable to access the flow of ether, Layela is left with little choice but to flee Miria.
The mists have lifted, leaving behind a shattered world. Still reeling from the loss of her best friend, Alva Viola Taverner must trust the mysterious watchmaker to keep them safe. But the road to safety is strewn with bodies and, up ahead, the faeries still thirst for human blood. *Second installment of the serialized novel. "The first great serialized novel of 2015" - Black Gate Magazine "Nigh’s first installment bodes simultaneously fantastic and terrifying for the balance of the novel." - The Page of Reviews "There’s a soothing, almost seductive quality to Marie’s writing that lulls you into a sense of ordinariness, only to slam you with a new and rapidly changing reality that leaves you as breathless and reeling as the characters…over and over and over." - Linda Poitevin, author of the Grigori Legacy "Bilodeau has embraced a storytelling method made popular by Charles Dickens, Armistead Maupin and Stephen King but she’s given it new life and an incredible sense of urgency. " - Jamieson Wolf, bestselling author
With the hopes of the faerie realm turned to dust, Alva Viola Taverner and Hector Henry Featherson strike the final blow to the veil between worlds, shattering it and returning them to the human realm. But one hundred years has passed for humanity, and things have changed. The world awaiting them now bears larger teeth and sharper claws, and it hungers for much more than their lives.