There are no heroes in this dark fairy tale…
Star tried to end it all, but gods and demons will not be denied. Now she is being tortured by Lilith in the demon’s realm and has to protect herself. Whatever it takes Satori will keep his promise to find the woman he loves, but Star refuses to accept that she needs to wait to be saved. And what about the demon child? Is he really the result of an unholy ménage à trois?
Psychonaut is the second book in the Starblood Trilogy and the sequel to Starblood. With art by Anna Prashkovich, Psychonaut the graphic novel is a colourful treat of fantasy and horror. There are no heroes in this dark fairy tale.
“Carmilla Voiez is more of a singer than a writer. She tells her compelling story in a hypnotic, distinctive voice that brings her eerie world vividly to life.” Graham Masterton
“Psychonaut is a book of mad impulses, inner vision, sadism, escape and belief. You feel uncomfortable reading it, like Alex strapped to the chair in Clockwork Orange being taught to feel sick at atrocity. Rather than leave us crippled by response, though, Psychonaut bears you through the hurt towards the only paradise we can be assured of…a love past fault.” Jef Withonef, Houston Press.
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And if you missed the first graphic novel, check it out below…
Satori is desperate to win back his ex girlfriend, Star. He tries to summon a demon to command its help, but manages to bring Lilith, queen of the demons, into his bedroom, unleashing her on Earth. Lilith seduces Star and takes her on a wild murder spree that culminates in Scotland. Can Satori save Star and himself or will Lilith destroy them both? With stunning art by Anna Prashkovich, this graphic novel adaptation of Carmilla Voiez’s novel Starblood is a treat for mature audiences.
“WOW!! This graphic novel blew my mind! Graphic is a brilliant word to describe Starblood, because it was indeed graphic- and I loved it!! If you think of graphic novels as comics, buy this, read it and and have your mind changed. A wicked story line, which kept me totally interested, awesome graphics which kept me enthralled. Magic and horror an awesome mix and Carmilla Voiez got it spot on!”
“Rarely do I find a book that draws me in from the first page. Starblood did all of this, and kept me breathless with excitement. It is a ferocious page-turner from beginning to end. If you like well-written and finely-crafted suspense, then Ms. Voiez’ work is right up your alley. She is an extremely talented writer, and one to watch. I will definitely be back for more!”
“This Graphic novel was amazing. I have read Starblood the Complete Triology but this graphic novel was wonderful and to read and see the beautiful graphics has made this one of my favorite books. I was so impressed with reading this book it only took me two days to read because it took me with her on this journey with Lillith and Satori. I do not give any give any spoilers in any of my reviews but I must tell you to run and buy this book immediately. It was beautiful, magical, and one amazing ride!!!”
“I read the original novel, and I was very curious to get into the graphic novel. Like its source, it doesn’t pull any punches. I enjoyed the tale a second time around, and I enjoyed seeing the artwork. For those more into such media, I would very much recommend it. The story is a rich delve into a seductively dangerous, gothic world of social bickering, jealousy, and magick. It feels to me like a modern myth, the seeds of contemporary folklore germinating from obvious historical influences. There are many journeys depicted here, both physical and mental, and it is worth the ride.”
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About author Carmilla Voiez
Carmilla Voiez is a proudly bisexual and mildly autistic introvert who finds writing much easier than verbal communication. A life long Goth, living with two kids, two cats and a poet by the sea.
She is passionate about horror, the alt scene, intersectional feminism, art, nature and animals. When not writing, she gets paid to hang out in a stately home and entertain tourists.
Carmilla grew up on a varied diet of horror. Her earliest influences as a teenage reader were Graham Masterton, Brian Lumley and Clive Barker mixed with the romance of Hammer Horror and the visceral violence of the first wave of video nasties. Fascinated by the Goth aesthetic and enchanted by threnodies of eighties Goth and post-punk music she evolved into the creature of darkness we find today.
Her books are both extraordinarily personal and universally challenging. As Jef Withonef of Houston Press once said – “You do not read her books, you survive them.”
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