Jonathan Lyon’s explosive debut novel, Carnivore, arrives in the coming days; and given that it’s being hailed as “something truly new and different” that offers “a viewpoint you may not have experienced or considered before,” we wanted to make sure you have it on your radar.
The protagonist of the novel, like the author himself, suffers from fibromyalgia; and the constant hum of pain from the condition serves as a backdrop to the character’s escalating sadism and masochism. (For some insight into what it’s like living with the disease, be sure to read a piece that Jonathan recently wrote for Men’s Health.)
HarperCollins releases Carnivore on November 14th; you can pre-order it now from Amazon and all the usual outlets.
Meet Leander: lover, fighter, liar.
He learned a long time ago that nothing is as intoxicating as blood. And these days, whether it’s his or someone else’s, he frequently finds himself covered in it. Up to now, it’s been his secret. But it’s hard to remain invisible when you leave a trail of destruction everywhere you do go. And when he comes to the attention of one of London’s most infamous criminals, Leander decides to put his appetite for violence to the ultimate test.
Let the villain win.