Wizard’s Tower Press is pleased to announce that is has acquired the rights to publish ebook English language editions of the AngeLINK series by Lyda Morehouse.
The AngeLINK series comprises four novels: Archangel Protocol, Fallen Host, Messiah Node and Apocalypse Array. They were originally published by Roc in the USA. Archangel Protocol won the 2002 Shamus Award, which is for detective fiction, and the 2002 Barnes & Noble Maiden Voyage Award for debut SF&F novels. The final book, Apocalypse Array, was the runner up in the Philip K. Dick Award in 2005, beating hotly tipped fellow finalists such as Air by Geoff Ryman and City of Pearl by Karen Traviss.
The books combine religious themes with cyberpunk in a very different story of the End Times. Yes, the Apocalypse is coming, but not all of the heavenly host agrees with God’s plan. After all, Gabriel, who now calls himself Jibril, has converted to Islam, while Uriel is a cross-dressing Buddhist. Michael is trying to do the right thing, but there’s this woman detective in New York that he’s met… Lucifer is trying hard to be evil, but is he less dangerous than the word’s greatest criminal, a brilliant hacker from the slums of Cairo called Mouse?
Morehouse said, “Perhaps it’s deeply ironic to never have had an e-book version of the AngeLINK books previously, but I’m deeply grateful to Cheryl Morgan and Wizard’s Tower Press to finally have the opportunity to get my books into the hands of new and returning readers.”
For Wizard’s Tower Cheryl Morgan said, “I really enjoyed these books when they first came out, and I’m delighted to have the opportunity to bring them to a new audience. The series ticks many of my boxes, being science fiction by a woman writer featuring queer characters and ethnic diversity.”
The AngeLINK series will be available through the Wizard’s Tower bookstore, on the Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and through other online venues.
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Wizard’s Tower Press is owned and managed by Cheryl Morgan and based in the UK. Cheryl has won four Hugo awards for her online writing and editing. Cheryl is also a director of San Francisco Science Fiction Conventions Inc, and of the Association for the Recognition of Excellence in SF & F Translation.