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And Then There Were Crows
And Then There Were Crows

And Then There Were Crows


Shades of Hell


280 Pages, 5.5 x 8.5

Formats: Trade Paper, Mobipocket, EPUB

Trade Paper, $16.95 (CA $22.95) (US $16.95)

Publication Date: July 2018

ISBN 9780999742327

Rights: US & CA

Black Spot Books (Jul 2018)


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We all have our personal demons. Amanda Grey’s leaves the toilet seat up. New York City has always been a big fat sack of stress for Amanda Grey. Luckily, the one-bedroom apartment in Queens she shares with her parents has always served as a refuge from a world that's too loud and too bright for Grey. Of course, that's all about to change.When she inadvertently rents a room to a demon, Grey goes from a woman concentrated on her own personal demons to the woman responsible for recapturing the six Shades from Hell she's unleashed upon the city. She manages to survive by accepting the help of Barnem, an antisocial seraphim who just happens to reside in an upstairs apartment and the demon she now shares her apartment with.Together the unlikely trio will have to face off with the devils of New York politics, break the curse of infomercial jingles, and figure out exactly how Grey has become the leader of a cult, all as Grey begins to realize that maybe the end of the world is exactly what her life needed. Now she just needs to figure out how to survive


"A high-energy debut."   —Publishers Weekly

"Watching [Amanda Grey] face an increasingly wild and wacky battle—one with real-life political resonances—to avert the looming apocalypse is satisfying . . . a comedic urban fantasy that is both rich and delightful."  —Foreword Reviews

Author Biography

Alcy Leyva is a writer, teacher, and pizza enthusiast. His work has been published in Entropy Mag, Popmatters, Quiet Lunch Magazine, and The Rumpus. He lives in Bronx, New York.