New Acquisition: The Revelationary War: Book 1: Demoniacs by Craig Cormick

A few years ago IFWG had the good fortune to acquire and release a wonderful novel by Craig Cormick, titled The Years of the Wolf. It isn’t just a page-turner; it is also a work resulting from extensive and insightful research, and it was experimental – bridging historical fiction with suspense, mystery, and a dash of fantasy.

Cormick has done it again with a new work, The Revelationary War: Book 1: Demoniacs, which we have greedily snapped up, that blends what is a rare combination: narrative interspersed with vignette (but important) mini-comics. While mashing narrative and graphics is common, it is much less common to have these small comics seductively (and critically support) the narrative. Bravo to Craig to have such inspiration and courage, and we are pleased indeed to announce that we will be publishing this work in the first quarter of 2023.

Evie Mickelson really knows what a bad day is. It’s the type of day that you discover your father is a demi-god, or angel maybe, and that you have been thrust into an eternal battle between the forces of good and evil, with the expectation that you are going to be the one to kick evil-ass and bring home a victory for the forces of good. Or a loss, if things don’t go too well.

The Revelationary War: Book 1: Demoniacs is not your average urban fantasy, road-trip novel, of smart-arse ninja demons and world-weary angels battling for control of the world and everyone in it. Expect the unexpected!

Dr Craig Cormick OAM is an award-winning author and science communicator. He has published over 30 books for adults and children, and has been a Writer in Residence in both Malaysia and Antarctica. He has a PhD in Creative Writing and is a graduate of the Yale Writers’ Conference. He is also co-host of the writing podcast Secrets from the Green Room

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