Eldritch creatures inhabit the climate apocalypse in a binge-ready, award-winning, genre-bending YA fantasy that blends ecopunk urban fantasy with gothic-dystopian paranormal thrills for a now-complete saga of monsters and magic in post-climate-apocalypse Vancouver.
Recommended for ages 14 and up.
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In the City of Nightmares, feelings can be deadly. Good thing she's into the dead.
With enforcers in pursuit and the dead invading her dreams, one haunted girl races to stop the dying before the nightmares eat her alive.
Trusted authorities lie, allies have their own agendas and even the monsters wear masks in this genre-bending YA fantasy suitable for ages 14 and up.
2020 Page Turner Awards Book Spotlight Prize Winner
Reader Views 2021-2022 Literary Awards Bronze Prize Winner in Children's Books Classics (pre-2021 releases)
Featured in Publishers Weekly's BookLife magazine
A NetGalley Most Requested fantasy
A Barnes & Noble Press pick for:
"a complex tale that unfolds like a dream itself -- mystical, and sometimes odd, but always captivating" -Barnes & Noble Press, 20 Favorite Indie Books of 2018
""You, along with the well-developed characters, will become enmeshed in a dark plot of secrets, strong emotion, nightmares, and death. But within its dark passages, Wiggins remembers to infuse hope, courage, and possibility. 5* Supernatural Vision Wrapped in Fantasy"" -Tammy Ruggles, Reader Views Kids
Something deadly lurks below the surface . . .
If Cole can't restore her connection to the dreamscape before it's too late, her newfound friends won't be the only ones to pay the price. But more than just monsters stand in her way—and regaining the power to stop them just might cost her everything.
What happens when you release the hero within--and find out she isn't you?
In the city of nightmares, death is far from the end.
Who knew a ghost could get up to so much trouble? Cole's never been in a worse bind. But her continued existence, such as it is, is far from the only thing at risk.
If she can't find a way to keep the Mara from being unleashed by the one person she never could have imagined, not only her city, but her whole world will be devoured.
In this thrilling conclusion to the
The twins’ bond kept them together through everything the Towers of Refuge could throw at them. But the secrets they discover below the waterline could sever their bond for good.
This fast-paced dystopian romance prequel novella takes place less than a decade before Blind the Eyes and shines the light on some key supporting cast members.
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In a city overrun by monsters, she’s not the only one who’ll pay the cost.
Discover the unexpected villain origin story of the unearthly Mayor of the Towers of Refuge in this short spinoff.
Also available in Italian as Lettera dalla fine del mondo (Virgibooks, 2019.)
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When you’re nothing, you have to grab everything you can and hang onto it with everything you’ve got.
Ravel clawed his way up from failed test subject to master of the decadent underground club Freedom—not to mention shadow prince of the Towers of Refuge—and his ambition is far from sated.
But when the dreamwalker Ravel's been obsessed with since childhood vanishes from his monster-infested city, he risks everything he's built and become to chase her down.
Cut off from everything he knows, can this master manipulator find the right thread to pull and win back his love? Or will the conscience he's been running from all his life finally take him down?
Tragic pasts and twisted futures collide in Boy With No Name, a companion story to Threads of Dreams book 2, Black the Tides, available in Fiction-Atlas Press anti-hero anthology The Devil You Know.
Look for short side story/BtE prequel Spectres of the Old World in 2021.