by Rebecca Hall
The second book in the Symphony of the Cursed trilogy
The Angels are coming!
Mitch would like to forget that the last year ever happened, but that doesn’t seem likely with Little Red Riding Hood now teaching Teratology. The vampire isn’t quite as terrifying as he first thought, but she’s not the only monster at the Academy. The Fallen are spying on everyone, the new Principal is an angel and there’s an enchanting new exchange student with Faerie blood.
Angry and nervous of the angels surrounding him, Mitch tries to put the pieces together. He knows that Hayley is the Archangel Gabriel. He knows that she can determine the course of the Eternity War. He also knows that the Fallen will do anything to hide Gabriel from the Host – even allowing an innocent girl to be kidnapped.
Instrument of War continues from Instrument of Peace, the first book in the Symphony of the Cursed series, as Mitch, Hayley and Nikola return for their final year in the International Academy of Magic at Lake Moawhango in New Zealand.
With her exciting trilogy, Rebecca has firmly established New Zealand as a location for contemporary fantasy, not just Middle Earth! Fans of YA fantasy, readers of all ages, have been captivated by Instrument of Peace, impressed by Rebecca’s well thought-through magic system, the depth of her characters, and the believable nature of their relationships. What comes next in Instrument of War will both enchant and surprise. Elsewhen Press is delighted to be able to help Rebecca bring her vision and talent to such an appreciative audience.
Instrument of War, the second book in the Symphony of the Cursed series, was published in a digital edition on 2nd June 2017 and in paperback on 4th September 2017
ISBN: 978-1-911409-17-5 eBook List price £2.99 / €3.49 / $3.99
ISBN: 978-1-911409-07-6 paperback 368pp List price £9.99 / €11.99 / US$17.99
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The Symphony of the Cursed trilogy is available as unabridged audiobooks from Tantor Media Inc. narrated by Matthew Lloyd Davies.
- “a fantastical story with plenty of excitement” – review of Instrument of War on Risingshadow
- “A clever update to a magical school story with a twist.” – Christopher Nuttall on Instrument of War
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