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    • ISBN:9780356509457
    • Publication date:18 Oct 2018
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Treason of Hawks

The Shadow, Book Four

By Lila Bowen

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The gripping final instalment of Lila Bowen's widely acclaimed Shadow series, starring a hero who has been hailed as 'one of the iconic characters of this generation'

'Quite simply, brilliant. A mind-bending mix of history, fantasy and folklore, it's a wild bronco of a read that'll leave you breathless for more' Rachel Caine on Wake of Vultures

The conclusion to Lila Bowen's widely-acclaimed dark fantasy series, which New York Times bestselling author Kevin Hearne described as 'thrilling, delightfully written, and important.'

Rhett Walker is looking for peace, the memories of all he's lost haunting his dreams. And now the Shadow tugs him West, back to where his journey began.

With the lawless Rangers on his heels and monster attacks surging, Rhett is surrounded on all sides. This time it's not all about horses and land. This time, it feels personal. Because the newest monster on the horizon just may be wearing the face of someone from Rhett's past.

To save the Durango territory, Rhett must accept the Shadow's call and fulfill his destiny.

Treason of Hawks is the gripping final instalment of the acclaimed Shadow series, starring a hero who has been hailed as 'one of the iconic characters of this generation'.


Praise for the Shadow series:

'I don't care what else you've seen in the bookstore today. Read this one' Kevin Hearne

'I enjoyed the hell out of it' Patrick Rothfuss

'Weird and wonderful . . . Hot damn, this book is good' Chuck Wendig

The Shadow series
Wake of Vultures
Conspiracy of Ravens
Malice of Crows
Treason of Hawks

Biographical Notes

Lila Bowen is a pseudonym for Delilah S. Dawson. Find her online at whimsydark.com.

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  • Publication date: 16 Oct 2018
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I enjoyed the hell out of it — Patrick Rothfuss on WAKE OF VULTURES
I don't care what else you've seen in the bookstore today. Read this one, because it's the thrilling, delightfully written and important one that you've always wanted to read — Kevin Hearne, author of HOUNDED, on WAKE OF VULTURES
Wake of Vultures is, quite simply, brilliant. A mind-bending mix of history, fantasy and folklore, it's a wild bronco of a read that'll leave you breathless for more — Rachel Caine on WAKE OF VULTURES
Wake of Vultures is a ferocious, fascinating take on the magical Old West - creatively and unsentimentally grim, yet rich with hope and heart — Cherie Priest, author of BONESHAKER on WAKE OF VULTURES
Wake of Vultures doesn't just fly - it soars. Lila Bowen brings in a wild fantasy quite unlike anything I've ever read, with a voice that's weird and wonderful. Bowen is truly a talent to watch. Hot damn, this book is good — Chuck Wendig on WAKE OF VULTURES
The stakes couldn't be higher, and the story couldn't be more absorbing. Fans of the Shadow will love returning to his world, and fantasy fans who haven't yet encountered this colorful cowboy should hurry up and dive in — KIRKUS on MALICE OF CROWS
There are fast-paced thrill-a-minute novels where the plot twists and wild action just. Keep. Coming. And then there are introspective books about someone searching for their identity and untangling deep issues of race, sexuality and gender. And then occasionally, you get a book that manages to do both. Wake of Vultures by Lila Bowen is one such book, and it's a goddamn keeper — IO9 on WAKE OF VULTURES
Outstanding pacing takes us from one exciting, well-crafted scene to another - combining engaging action with emotional resonance as Rhett confrontsthe personal sacrifices he has to make as the Shadow — RT BOOK REVIEWS on MALICE OF CROWS
I enjoyed the hell out of it
I don't care what else you've seen in the bookstore today. Read this one, because it's the thrilling, delightfully written and important one that you've always wanted to read
Wake of Vultures is, quite simply, brilliant. A mind-bending mix of history, fantasy and folklore, it's a wild bronco of a read that'll leave you breathless for more
Wake of Vultures is a ferocious, fascinating take on the magical Old West - creatively and unsentimentally grim, yet rich with hope and heart
Wake of Vultures doesn't just fly - it soars. Lila Bowen brings in a wild fantasy quite unlike anything I've ever read, with a voice that's weird and wonderful. Bowen is truly a talent to watch. Hot damn, this book is good
The stakes couldn't be higher, and the story couldn't be more absorbing. Fans of the Shadow will love returning to his world, and fantasy fans who haven't yet encountered this colorful cowboy should hurry up and dive in
There are fast-paced thrill-a-minute novels where the plot twists and wild action just. Keep. Coming. And then there are introspective books about someone searching for their identity and untangling deep issues of race, sexuality and gender. And then occasionally, you get a book that manages to do both. Wake of Vultures by Lila Bowen is one such book, and it's a goddamn keeper
Outstanding pacing takes us from one exciting, well-crafted scene to another - combining engaging action with emotional resonance as Rhett confrontsthe personal sacrifices he has to make as the Shadow
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