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The Cloak of Feathers
By Nigel Quinlan
Every hundred years, in the magical town of Knowmealldown, fairies known as the Good Folk join the villagers for a Great Festival. It's a raucous, beautiful, enchanted celebration.
Well, it's supposed to be.
Except every time Brian helps to organise the Great Festival it's a disappointment. Worse, this time the Folk Princess has been stolen. Can Brian thwart the Princess's evil captor in time to avoid the wrath of the Folk King and Queen, and finally deliver a Festival to remember?
A magical adventure filled with myth, mischief and misunderstandings, perfect for fans of Neil Gaiman and Diana Wynne Jones and those who love modern fairy tales with a comic twist.
Great to see The Bolds lettering we worked on for Anderson Press working over the series so far. It's strong and works over different colour palettes. Love David Roberts Illustrations too!
Cover design Lisa Brewster © Blacksheep
Spotted Domina and Mcbride at the fair...Read More
Well done to the team for being shortlisted and a winner in the crime thriller category last night @abcoverd awards!!! Thanks to Jamie Keenan and Jon Gray for hosting a great night in Hoxton.
Steve Cole's Young Bond adventure, RED NEMESIS, May 2017.
#metro page 39 , Monday October 2016
#lisablacksheep - Design Joe Mills
The darkly magical sequel to THE WITCH’S KISS burns wickedly bright.
Katherine and Elizabeth's Interview with Lisa Brewster
'Of course, the words inside the covers are the most important thing about a book. But there’s no denying that a beautiful cover can draw the eye and convince someone to pick up a book which she otherwise might have passed over. We’ve been lucky enough to end up with a truly stunning cover for The Witch’s Kiss, so we decided to find out a bit more about the cover design process by interviewing the creator of our artwork, the lovely Lisa Brewster from Black Sheep Design'...
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