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She’s touched the underworld. Can she survive its legacy? 

Waking on an unfamiliar floor, Pax is faced with two hard truths. A murderous government agency wants her dead - and monsters really do exist. What’s more, her body’s going haywire, which she desperately hopes isn’t a side-effect of her encounters in the city’s tunnels. 

To survive, and protect Ordshaw, she’s got to expose who, or what, is behind the chaos - and she can’t do it alone. 

But with only the trigger-happy Fae to turn to, Pax’s allies might kill her before her enemies do....

Don’t miss this second entry in the thrilling Sunken City Trilogy, the opening arc of the ever-expanding Ordshaw urban fantasy series. The full trilogy is available now, featuring twists and turns, heart-pounding adventure and mercenary fairies that you’ll find impossible to resist.

©2019 Phil Williams (P)2020 Phil Williams

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5 star adventure.

Another excellent adventure in the Ordshaw world.
Brilliantly performed by Fran Burgoyne.
Now just have to wait for the last episode in the trilogy........... Not for too long I hope 🙏

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Not a fantasy fan? This might change your mind.

I really enjoyed the first volume of this adventure so I was very happy to spend some more time in the underbelly of Ordshaw. Once again the reluctant heroine and her feisty fairy sidekick were beautifully dramatised and a smattering of new characters kept the story rollicking along. This is a great Audible listen and a great escape from the strangeness of real life.

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What a book!

I couldn't stop listening! Fast pasted stories are my favourite and very well performed. Can't wait to read/listen to next, The Violent Fae :D