"Arthurian legend meets urban fantasy in a brilliant, bloody wild ride"
Jay Kristoff, author of Nevernight
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Imagine Camelot but in Gotham: a city where Arthurian knights are the celebrities of the day, riding on motorbikes instead of horses and competing in televised fights for fame and money.

Imagine a city where electricity is money, power the only game worth playing, and violence the most fervently worshipped religion.

In this dark, chaotic, alluring place, any dream can come true if you want it hard enough -

and if you are prepared to do some very, very bad things to get it . . .

'Arthurian legend meets urban fantasy in a brilliant, bloody wild ride'

Jay Kristoff, author of Nevernight

'Well-written, compelling and packaged in a way that keeps the reader guessing.

Loud, fast, fun and satisfying as f***'

Grimdark Magazine

'King Arthur as you've never seen him before. The coolest thing you'll read this year'

Samantha Shannon, author of The Bone Season and The Priory of the Orange Tree

'All the twists and turns you would expect from a Le Carré novel.

The bonus is that you also get cool fights, cool bikes, and cool leathers'

SF Book Reviews

The boldest, smartest, most adventurous fantasy I've read in ages'

Krystal Sutherland, author of House of Hollow

'I haven't read anything like Blackheart Knights previously and I don't think I ever will again'

LIbrary Looter

'An outstandingly well-crafted and absorbing urban/epic/alt-reality/mythic fantasy read'

Juliet McKenna, author of The Green Man's Heir

'Honestly, everyone needs to read this.

It blends the Arthurian legend we all know and love with an intricate and amazingly built urban fantasy world, and I completely devoured it. This has easily made its way onto my favourite books of the year!'

Crooks Books

'This book was a brilliant read... Now to wait not-so-patiently for the next one . . .'

Luminosity Library

'I was sucked into this world of knights and magic.'

Curiosity Killed the Bookworm

'A powerful and moving urban fantasy that I found myself completely immersed in'

Muse's Book Journal