Also known as Wereling.
Trey thought he was an ordinary teenager. Then he meets a mysterious stranger, Lucien Charron – luminously pale, oddly powerful, with eyes that seem flecked with fire and skin that blisters in sunlight. Somehow Trey finds himself in a luxury London penthouse, like a Bond villain's lair. It's the heart of a sinister empire, built on the powers of the netherworld - werewolves, vampires, sorcerers, and djinns. And Trey himself has a power that's roaring to break free. Is he a boy or is he a beast?
Steve Feasey lives in Herefordshire with his wife and kids. He says he didn’t learn much at school except how to get into fights and chat up girls - he wasn’t particularly successful at either - but he was always a voracious reader. He started writing fiction in his thirties, inspired by his own favorite writers: Stephen King, Elmore Leonard, and Charles Dickens. His first book, Changeling, was shortlisted for the Waterstones Prize and became a successful series. Mutant Rising is his second book for Bloomsbury, the first book in the series, Mutant City, was published in 2014.