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Thomas awoke.

He had dreamt he was back in the Heavenfield. He was facing the Angel, but the more he looked into its dark, sorrowful eyes, the more he felt himself being drawn into them. He was getting closer and closer, the creature's gaze almost too painful to behold. And then, suddenly he was inside, his perspective reversed and he was looking out through the Angel's vision.

He felt a terrible power surge through his body – the Angel's body. In a mix of panic and exhilaration he saw his own fragile form standing opposite. It seemed ugly and lifeless in comparison to his new self.

He felt massive and god-like, as if he could expand his consciousness and consume the entire Field. He shut his eyes and instantly felt himself flying over red mountains, soaring joyfully through the clear sky.

He laughed out loud and the ground shook, a plume of red dust erupting from the rocks below.

He spread his arms out wide and felt himself growing ever larger. But he couldn't contain himself; he was expanding too fast, dissipating across the sky. A panic started to rise in his chest; he was fading, falling apart, being torn apart. He tried to scream but his throat was a dust-cloud streaming out red sand. His hands were elongating – turning into claws. He was the Heavenfield; all things good and evil. He knew that with a single thought he could level the mountains, crack open the red rocks and scorch the life from the earth.

He tried desperately to contain himself, but it was too much to bear.

He gave a last silent scream as he was torn asunder.

His body was gone now, and he was a single point of consciousness encompassing the whole Heavenfield as he disappeared to nothing.

And then he was gone.

Thomas awoke.


About the Story

The Dead Man's Feast is the second story in the Heavenfield series.

The sequel to The Heavenfield story sees a return for Grace Palmer to the Standing-Point Project after the chaos of the Battle of Maunsworth Field.

But things have changed radically since those climactic events, and her team find themselves facing altogether new adversaries as well as old.

Thomas Sullivan, awkward eccentric and visionary of the Heavenfield Project finds himself lost within a terrifying inner journey, and unltimately stands at a crossroads, where the wrong choice of path could lead to the destruction of the world as we know it...

Here's what some people have said about it:

‘An epic work; compelling, haunting and mesmerising. Part spy novel, part sci-fi thriller, with the promise of spiritual odyssey.’

‘A modern-day classic of science-fiction.’

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