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Thinking of all the food you’ll be having over this Christmas break? We are too! And although we wouldn’t recommend Rupert Wong as a chef— he caters to a somewhat different clientele— we do think this excellent read by the one and only Cassandra Khaw might be just the treat this christmas…if you can stomach it!
Don’t miss out on this excellent offer! Add this delicious morsel of Rupert Wong: Cannibal Chef goodness to your plate.
Day one of the Rebellion Advent Calendar and have we got a treat for you! We’re starting off our deals and thrills christmas bonanza with one heck of a giveaway. And what better book to start on than this?
Today we’re giving away not one, but TWO SIGNED COPIES of Cass Khaw’s Food of the Gods! In Cass’s own words: “There’ll be food. There’ll be death. There’ll be at least one case of dog-petting…”
Food of the Gods is as delicious as it is grotesque and Rupert Wong: Cannibal Chef may be the best thing you read about this year! So don’t miss out!
Gods! Gore! Great food! Yes, Cassandra Khaw’s Food of the Gods is out today, and we’re flippin’ delighted to see it out there in the wild.
Collecting Cass’s two Rupert Wong novellas in a gorgeous print package, Food of the Gods showcases the phenomenal talent of one of genre’s fastest rising stars. We love Cass, we love Rupert Wong, and we’re confident you will too!
“A gut-punch of a reading experience…amazing.” That’s what Publishers Weekly said in their starred review, and who are we to argue with that? Read on for more information, and click through the links at the bottom of the page to grab your copy!
Food of the Gods By Cassandra Khaw
By day, Rupert Wong – former triad soldier and sorcerer turned chef – prepares delicious meals from human meat for a dynasty of powerful ghouls in Kuala Lumpur; by night, he’s a seneschal and arbitrator for the Ten Chinese Hells. It’s a living, if not much of one.
When Ao Qin – Dragon of the South, god of the seas – smashes in Rupert’s window and demands he investigate his daughter and her mortal husband’s murders, his peaceful (if not particularly comfortable) life comes to an end.
Caught up in a war between pantheons, shipped around the world, going toe-to-toe with Elder Gods From Outside Space And Time, and always taking the time to read the fine print, Rupert’s going to need all his wits and a lot of luck to survive.