Dark Satanic Mills

Dark Satanic Mills

Title:Dark Satanic Mills
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781406329889
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:176 pages

Set in a near future Britain, Dark Satanic Mills tracks a young woman's journey from the flooded landmarks of London to the vast, scorched and abandoned hills of the North. Framed for a murder she did not commit, fearless and resourceful loner Christy has no other choice but to run for her life.

Both a cautionary tale and a rip-roaring road trip, Dark Satanic Mills is altogether an intelligent, captivating and thrilling ride - a punked-up Wizard of Oz for a new generation, told in exhilarating shades of black and white.


    Dark Satanic Mills Reviews

  • Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks)

    T/W- ViolenceThis black and white illustrated graphic novel was very spooky... but one that did become quite violent. In the UK, a group called the True Church rule over all. Failure to comply with th...

  • Emma

    Review by Ben - Year 8 - 3.5/5*****POSSIBLE SPOILERS*****This book is set in the near future, when Britain is ruled by a violent fascist dictatorship which hides behind a veil of religious extremism, ...

  • ???

    Marcus Sedgwick and his brother Julian have created a dark, gritty tale that mirrors the present times. It is a scary read. I would have finished it in less than an hour but I took my time reading it....

  • Jane Hill

    The art style was great, although some spreads did definitely yearn for colour. Ultimately, though, the story just didn't satisfy. So many different, interesting elements were introduced--and then was...

  • Alyce Hunt

    An interesting look at religion, fundamentalism and mob mentality. There were a lot of intriguing aspects but some of them were neglected - for example, the 'anti-sci' believers who destroy all techno...

  • Isabelle

    In the near future, England is under the influence of the True Church, a violently evangelical band of Christians who impose strict laws on the population, including the censorship of any form of diss...

  • Nicholas Whyte

    https://nwhyte.livejournal.com/3092770.htmlI picked this up on a whim, and I have to say that I wasn’t hugely impressed. It’s a story of a future radiation-raddled England literally flooded by ris...

  • 🌈💜SAVINA🦋?

    I always love a book that goes against the system. This graphic novel is very much along the same vein as V for Vendetta, it has all the action, anarchy, rebellion, resistance, revolution. I enjoyed t...

  • Dr K P Smith

    It's more a novella than a graphic novel due to the picaresque nature of the plot and the fact it deals with quite a large story arc in a short space. The plot bleak in tone, people have referenced V ...

  • Andrew

    The idea behind this is excellent. But the end result is frustratingly bad almost entirely due to the artwork, but also because of the realisation of the story - it makes jumps that the contents of th...