FOOD OF THE GODS by Em Dehaney
A perfect corpse floats forever in a watery grave.
A gang member takes a terrifying trip to the seaside.
A deserted cross-channel ferry that serves only the finest Slovakian wines.
Gods and monsters.
Mermaids and witches.
Blood and magic.
Love and death.
From the dark and decadent mind of Em Dehaney come eight tales of seafoam secrets and sweet treats.
Nothing is quite what it seems, but everything is delicious.
This is Food Of The Gods.
Reviews of Food Of The Gods
“…diverse and brilliantly crafted slices of dark fiction…”
“…dark and haunting tales of the horrors of the human condition…’
“Brilliantly written and something to be revisited again and again.”
“I found myself submersed in strange places with fantastic other worldly creatures.”
“Each story is a gem in its own right, when collected together the result is an anthology that any writer would be proud to put their name to.”
Em Dehaney is a mother of two, a writer of fantasy and a drinker of tea. Born in Gravesend, England, her writing is inspired by the history of her home town. She is made of tea, cake, blood and magic. By night she is The Black Nun, editor and whip-cracker at Burdizzo Books. By day you can always find her at http://www.emdehaney.com/ or lurking about on Facebook posting pictures of witches https://www.facebook.com/emdehaney/. You can also follow Em on Twitter @emdehaney