Bloodjacker: A Bellers Tale

Bloodjacker: A Bellers Tale

by T.D. Edge

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Overview

Jack Stapleton is one of the Bellers, a bunch of Cockney super-heroes who run secret missions for the British government but prefer to spend their time in virtual reality naughtiness or gambling away their grant. Jack's gizmo-inventing bachelor lifestyle is rocked when he falls for Sandra the local barmaid, then ripped apart after she's kidnapped by the deadly Bloodjacker who's supposed to be a myth. With the ragged remains of the Bellers getting pummelled by the Bloodjacker's super-powered forces, it's all down to Jack. But in order to beat the Bloodjacker he must put his total trust in the woman he betrayed.

T.D. Edge won a Cadbury's fiction competition at age 10 but only did it for the chocolate. He has published several children's/YA books (writing as Terry Edge) with Random House, Scholastic, Corgi and others. His short fiction has appeared in many anthologies and magazines, including Realms of Fantasy, Arc, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Penumbra and Flash Fiction Online. In 2012, he won the New Scientist SF short fiction award. He has been a street theatre performer, props maker for the Welsh National Opera, sign writer, soft toys salesman and professional palm-reader.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045237659
Publisher: T.D. Edge
Publication date: 08/22/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 437 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

T. D. Edge lives in London. He won a Cadbury's fiction competition at age 10 but only did it for the chocolate. When that ran out, he got writing again and published several children's/YA books (writing as Terry Edge) with Random House, Scholastic, Andre Deutsch and others. His short stories have appeared in various anthologies and magazines including Aeon, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Flash Fiction Online and Realms of Fantasy. In May 2012, his story "Big Dave's in Love" won the New Scientist/Arc Magazine SF short fiction contest.

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