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Song of Carcosa

An Arkham Horror Novel

Josh Reynolds

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19 June 2024
Series: Arkham Horror
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An occult thief takes on a sinister society threatening to tear the fabric of this world apart, in this daring noir-thriller from the bestselling world of Arkham Horror

Countess Alessandra Zorzi, reformed thief and acquirer of occult artifacts, faces her greatest challenge yet as she searches for an elusive artist in possession of the powerful Zanthu Tablet; the only thing that can stop the strange psychic malaise afflicting Alessandra’s assistant, Pepper.

The countess’s quest takes her to the crooked heart of Venice, where an eerie organization is planning a grand performance that will engulf the city in chaos. As Pepper slips into an inescapable alien world, Alessandra must defeat powerful forces to save her friend. One wrong move could bring the curtain down on them all.

Imprint:   Miscellaneous
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   Paperback Original
Dimensions:   Height: 197mm,  Width: 130mm,  Spine: 25mm
Weight:   290g
ISBN:   9781839082863
ISBN 10:   1839082860
Series:   Arkham Horror
Pages:   352
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming

JOSH REYNOLDS is the author of over thirty novels and numerous short stories, including the wildly popular Warhammer: Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000. He grew up in South Carolina and now lives in Sheffield, UK.

Reviews for Song of Carcosa: An Arkham Horror Novel

"""Mr. Reynolds' obvious love of the City of Venice combined with his enjoyment of the Arkham setting meet in Song of Carcosa to make a fabulous mythos noir yarn that repeatedly hit some of my favorite notes in my favorite IP."" -- <i>Arkham Historian</i>, on <i>Song of Carcosa</i> “Reynolds’ latest offering is perfectly in line with the sass and spunk that I have come to expect from the series.” -- <I>Cosmic Circus</I>, on <I>Shadows of Pnath</I> “Wrath of N'Kai truly feels like a game of Arkham Horror in page form and any fan of occult horror would be happy to have this in their collection.” -- The Great Old Ones, on Wrath of N’kai “Wrath of N’Kai is yet more evidence, were it needed, that Reynolds is the reigning master of the occult detective genre.” -- <i>SciFi and Fantasy Reviewer</i>, on <i>Wrath of N’kai</i>"

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