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Fellside

By M. R. Carey

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From the author of the word-of-mouth bestseller The Girl With All the Gifts comes a haunting and heart-breaking new thriller

A haunting and heart-breaking new thriller from the author of the word-of-mouth bestseller The Girl With All the Gifts

Fellside is a maximum security prison on the edge of the Yorkshire moors. It's not the kind of place you'd want to end up. But it's where Jess Moulson could be spending the rest of her life.

It's a place where even the walls whisper.

And one voice belongs to a little boy with a message for Jess.

Will she listen?

Discover M. R. Carey's powerful new novel - a chillingly atmospheric tale filled with tension, action and emotion that's set to take the world by storm.

Praise for M. R. Carey:

'An intense, haunting thriller with heart. You will not want to put this down - Laini Taylor, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author

'Original, thrilling and powerful' - Guardian

'Haunting, heartbreaking' - Vogue

'As fresh as it is terrifying . . . a jewel' - Joss Whedon

Biographical Notes

M. R. Carey has been making up stories for most of his life. His novel The Girl With All the Gifts has sold over a million copies and became a major motion picture, based on his own BAFTA Award-nominate screenplay. Under the name Mike Carey he has written for both DC and Marvel, including critically acclaimed runs on Lucifer, Hellblazer and X-Men. His creator-owned books regularly appear in the New York Times bestseller list. He also has several previous novels including the Felix Castor series (written as Mike Carey), two radio plays and a number of TV and movie screenplays to his credit.

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  • ISBN: 9780356503608
  • Publication date: 25 Aug 2016
  • Page count: 512
  • Imprint: Orbit
An intense, haunting thriller with heart. You will not want to put this down — Laini Taylor, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author on FELLSIDE
A fantastic, twist-upon-twist, shape-shifting novel. Gripping, deeply affecting and arrestingly beautiful, it is a haunting tale of raw horror and extraordinary redemption. I adored every page — Miranda Dickinson, SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author on FELLSIDE
A dark, intriguing read — Martina Cole on FELLSIDE
[A] grand piece of storytelling — SUNDAY EXPRESS on FELLSIDE
A twisty crime thriller as well as an exotic ghost story, Carey's second novel is as hard to categorize as it is to put down — BARNES AND NOBLE on FELLSIDE
Combines a fast-paced plot with a supernatural storyline that's very believable. Gripping stuff — GOOD HOUSEKEEPING on FELLSIDE
As brilliant as it is dark and devious — Jonathan Maberry, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author on FELLSIDE
This eerie tale is sure to hook crime fiction and horror lovers — LIBRARY JOURNAL on FELLSIDE
FELLSIDE builds to a climax that's both satisfyingly worked out and shockingly emotionally intense — RT BOOK REVIEWS on FELLSIDE
As bold and hauntingly evocative as I expected — BIBLIOSANCTUM on FELLSIDE
The next fantastic novel from M.R. Carey — I09.COM on FELLSIDE
Dark [and] suspenseful — BOOKLIST on FELLSIDE
I read [FELLSIDE] in a couple of days... I was absolutely nuts about it — BOOK RIOT on FELLSIDE
As fresh as it is terrifying . . . A jewel — Joss Whedon on THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS
Original, thrilling and powerful — GUARDIAN on THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS
Takes hold of you and doesn't let go — John Ajvide Lindqvist, author of LET THE RIGHT ONE IN on THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS
This supernatural fantasy reads like a marriage between Stephen King and Charles De Lint, with a touch of Orange Is The New Black — NPR’s Best Books of 2016
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