Prophets of The Red Night

Prophets of The Red Night, book 2 in The MthR Trilogy, out May 1st 2022 as EBOOK & AUDIOBOOK from here. 

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Year 1. Moon 1. Day 1. 

As the people of the MthR LnD quest to create meaningful lives in this rapidly shifting future Europe, MthR’s expansion throughout land-and-mind-scapes continues to both inspire and disturb. Sara Mansfield’s resetting of the MthR LnD’s calendar to mark the advent of Singularity is causing uproar across the provinces as well as in the non-partisan state of Mont Blanc where this move is being heralded as bold, necessary and inventive; as well as political, egotistical and deeply unethical. 

Added to this, the anarchic ideologies of MthR’s staunch opposition, The Red Night, are being dangerously warped by a radical faction: the self-styled Daughters of The Great Mother, Prophets of The Red Night, whose increasingly populist movement echoes a darker European history. 

Throughout these upheavals, The Great Mother continues calling to her children in poetry and dreams, and as CROW haunts multiple protagonists across MthR’s virtual spaces, quantum leaps in understanding shatter across a multi-dimensional present many are struggling to grapple with, except one gifted young woman created in a lab, who has no future except that which she determinedly carves out for herself… 

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Review of The Madness of Sara Mansfield:
The Madness of Sara Mansfield is… a hard to categorise tour-de-force: it’s a novel, it’s poetry, it’s a thriller, it’s feminist sci-fi, it’s a song to the earth – set in a nightmarish future, a future of floods and famines, nuclear catastrophe, civil unrest…

… But … McKeand offers us hope in language, poetry and the natural world that carries on despite the violence hurled at it; weeds growing in cracks…

… This novel faces us with the fear of catastrophe we all live with; it isn’t an easy read. I was sometimes lost in the world of artificial intelligence, in the woven narratives. But let its visceral lyricism carry you, because there is beauty here, in the intensely visual prose, in the epic narrative. And it’s a plea, as well, to stop, to think, to reconnect with ourselves and with the earth… 
–  Catrin Kean, Planet Magazine

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