On the Edge by Gill Shutt
“This is the story of Sh-har Tianami taken from the Rememberings in the Year of the Strangers.
Listen to me, for I am dead.”
A whispered word here, a sly suggestion there…
Sh-har Tianami welcomed the outsiders to Home Tree Island, evangelists for the living god Rru-Tia. But when the silvered words were spoken, and the old allegiances broken, this new god would demand blood.
On the Edge is a 12,500 word novelette, the perfect reading length for people on the go. In paperback this is 50 pages of story.
“…had my interest from the first page.” — Amazon review comment
Paperback (60 pages) amazon.com ($4.99) | amazon.co.uk (£3.49)
Kindle Edition amazon.com 99c | amazon.co.uk 77p
ePUB edition Sony | Kobo | Smashwords … coming soon to Nook, Kobo, iTunes
Pingback: Free eBooks and other Greyhart Press events this Feb | Greyhart Press
Pingback: What do you get if you cross a zookeeper with a policewoman? | Greyhart Press
Pingback: On the Edge — win your copy in the March Early Reviewers on Librarything | Greyhart Press
Pingback: Our first simultaneous print and eBook launch looms | Greyhart Press
Pingback: Gill Shutt’s interviewed by the Squid | Greyhart Press
Pingback: A list of forthcoming titles in 2012 | Greyhart Press