‘Maria Lewis is a must-read’ BUZZFEED ‘Weaves magic into each page’ THE NERD DAILY
‘Author Maria Lewis has created her own pop culture universe’DAILY TELEGRAPH
_________________ She never meant to be a hero . . . In fact, Dreckly Jones has made a point her whole life to be exactly not that. The daughter of a forbidden union between an earth elemental and a selkie, her rare powers have meant she has always had a target on her back.
So Dreckly – a 40-something oyster shucker according to her fake documents, 140-something sprite if you’re going to get all nit-picky about it – has become an expert at many things. Chief amongst them: hiding.
When she meets a determined group of rebels who desperately need her help, she finds herself wanting to stick her neck out for the first time in a long while. Yet is she ready to be noticed? Is Dreckly willing to use her powers to stand up when it could cost her everything?
Praise for Who’s Afraid Too? (Nominee – Best Horror Novel, Aurealis Awards)
‘Feminist werewolf antics [and] good old fashioned sex. More books please!’ Natalia Tena (Harry Potter, Game Of Thrones)
‘Being curled up in a werewolf fantasy is a respite and a haven!’ Teri Hatcher (Lois & Clark, Desperate Housewives)
‘Maria Lewis is definitely one to watch’NY Times best-selling author Darynda Jones
‘A fresh, funny, sexy & downright sassy take on the werewolf genre’Geek Bomb
Praise for The Witch Who Courted Death (Winner – Best Fantasy Novel, Aurealis Awards)
‘[Takes] a fresh look at the things that make us scream’ The West Australian
‘An unashamedly feminist story about a woman out for revenge’Readings
Praise for The Wailing Woman (Nominee – Best Fantasy Novel, Aurealis Awards)
‘World-building at its finest’ The Nerd Daily
‘An absolute master of the genre’ Bookish Bron
‘An excellent urban fantasy novel . . . magic, intrigue and romance‘Canberra Weekly
‘Suspenseful and fantastical’ Her HQ ‘Journalist Maria Lewis grabs the paranormal fiction genre by the scruff of its neck and gives it a shake’ The West Australian
‘Truly one of the best in the genre I have ever read’ Oscar-nominee Lexi Alexander
‘An intriguing take on a classic monster with vibrant, modern characters’Sci Fi Bulletin