Sale! Everything must go!

Well, almost. Though it's an ebook edition so it'll never sell out no matter how many we sell… ahem. I'll come back in.

SALE! The Stormcaller is on 85% discount on Amazon UK – that's just £1.49! It's almost like it's free*

So if you fancy giving my first novel a try, go download it today! it's the start of the Twilight Reign – more than a million words of epicy goodness and if you don't like it, you don't get your money back but it was only £1.49 so not too punishing a price to take a punt on something right?

Here's what some folk said about it:
…fantasy with the same magnificence of conception, the same sense of looming presences whose purposes are not ours to apprehend. — Time Out – Ros Kaveney

…good ideas and a suitably flawed hero. The world is beautifully realised, the battles suitably grim… — The Guardian – John Courtney Grimwood

It gallops along with scarcely a dull moment. — The Times

The Stormcaller shows how high the bar has been raised with its sheer vision and inventiveness — SFX – Sandy Auden

The world that Lloyd has created seems much more real than that of most fantasy books. — Emerald City – Cheryl Morgan

Isak is a white-eye, feared and despised in equal measure. Trapped in a life of poverty, hated and abused by his father, Isak dreams of escape, but when his chance comes, it isn't to a place in the army as he'd expected. Instead, the Gods have marked him out as heir-elect to the brooding Lord Bahl, the Lord of the Fahlan. Now is the time for revenge, and the forging of empires. With mounting envy and malice the men who would themselves be kings watch Isak, chosen by Gods as flawed as the humans who serve them, as he is shaped and moulded to fulfil the prophecies that are encircling him like scavenger birds. The various factions jostle for the upper hand, and that means violence, but the Gods have been silent too long and that violence is about to spill over and paint the world the colour of spilled blood and guts and pain and anguish . . .

*almost free not the same as actually free. In many ways it's not free at all. All the ways that are important.

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