Set in Colonial New England, Slewfoot is a tale of magic and mystery, of triumph and terror as only dark fantasist Brom can tell it.
An ancient spirit awakens in a dark wood. The wildfolk call him Father, slayer, protector.
The colonists call him Slewfoot, demon, devil.
To Abitha, a recently widowed outcast, alone and vulnerable in her pious village, he is the only one she can turn to for help.
Together, they ignite a battle between pagan and Puritan – one that threatens to destroy the entire village, leaving nothing but ashes and bloodshed in their wake.
“If it is a devil you seek, then it is a devil you shall have!”
This terrifying tale of bewitchery features more than two dozen of Brom’s haunting paintings, fully immersing readers in this wild and unforgiving world.
Praise for Slewfoot
Praise for Brom's previous novels:
"Brom is that rare breed: a person who is skilled in more than one area of artistic expression." —Christopher Paolini, New York Times bestselling author of To Sleep In a Sea of Stars
“[Brom’s] a storyteller with his artwork, and in a very elite class.” —R.A. Salvatore New York Times bestselling author of The Legend of Drizzt
“Terrific. A wild ride….I loved it. It hooked me and I couldn’t put it down.” —Mike Mignola, creator of Hellboy
“A gruesome and darkly fantastical twist on a classic tale. Brom injects pure horror into fantasy.” —Holly Black
"Lost Gods is … the kind of story lovers whisper in stolen cars burning rubber from this world down to the very edge of the Abyss." —Richard Kadrey, New York Times bestselling author of the Sandman Slim series
"Brom effortlessly weaves classical mythology with modern nightmares in this beautifully twisted hell ride. Heartwrenching, operatic, and stunningly illustrated, Lost Gods is a dark gem of a novel." —Christopher Golden, New York Times bestselling author of Red Hands
“Wickedly poetic, The Child Thief makes me want to believe.” —Kim Harrison
“Beautiful and authentically dark.” —Sci-Fi