Rise of the Fallen by award-winning Indigenous author Teagan Chilcott

Rise of the Fallen

 April 2013 release: a press release about Rise of the Fallen from Magabala Books.

  A compelling fantasy novel weaved with magic, mystery and seduction

 Rise of the Fallen is a young adult paranormal romance, the first in a series of novels with demons, angels and elementals at war for power. This contemporary, super-sharp story with sardonic humour features a feisty main character in Emilie and a love triangle. The battles take place in familiar settings: shopping malls, street corners, the Australian bushland and up and down the Queensland coast. Emilie, fire elemental, and Cael, water elemental, are wanted by the entire demonic realm. Lying low in the human realm – as students at a Brisbane school – Emilie encounters the mysterious and charming Soul, and soon finds herself lost in the very world she’s been running from for centuries.

About the Sequel

The angels and demons are at war. The prize: the human realm. As Emilie discovers neither sides care how many human lives are lost as they seek control, she and Cael embark on a journey to gather the elementals together in order to make a stand.

 Author 

 Teagan Chilcott, 19, is a first time author living in Redcliffe, Queensland. She identifies with the Kamilaroi from Northern NSW and Wakka Wakka from Queensland. Born in Brisbane, she was raised by her mother and grandmother. In her senior year Teagan began working on Rise of the Fallen. The idea came in a dream, and she wrote the final chapter of the novel first before writing the beginning. In her spare time Teagan likes reading true crime books, and watching horror movies. Teagan currently works in a casual job as an Administration Officer, but her true passion has and always will be her writing.

More information

 Launched in 1987, Magabala Books is a not-for-profit Indigenous publishing house, based in Broome, that aims to promote, preserve and publish Indigenous Australian culture.

 Rise of the Fallen  is available in April 2013 in all good Australian bookshops and online from Magabala Books for $19.95.