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Dark Harvest Paperback – 2 July 2020

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“Cat Sparks’ ‘Fata Morgana’… is the kind of post-apocalyptic war-machine creepy motherhood fiction that I really want to see.” – Liz Bourke at Tor.com 

“This is a profoundly strange and evocative tale of a world haunted by shadows and ghosts, war and despair… I re-read this piece a couple of times, just to savour the prose and the ever-twisting and shifting layers of reality.” – Maria Haskins (of Prayers to Broken Stone)

“Forget the Mad Max comparisons: Sparks is far more ambitious than that.” – Peter Watts, author of Blindsight

“Vivid, compelling, and relentless, Cat Sparks makes you care about the soul of a mecha future as you hang onto the edge, feeling the sandy grit between your teeth.” – Tina LeCount Myers, author of The Song of All

“Sparks captures the overlapping banter of soldiers perfectly. Hints and ideas are wonderfully woven to create a view of the world as the group of mercenaries encounter terrifying super-soldiers and the even weirder ‘nuns’.” – Bookbeard’s Blog (of Dark Harvest)


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