Dark ages, darker magic…

He is England’s greatest knight, the man who saved the life of Alfred the Great and an entire kingdom from a Viking invasion. But when he is called back into service to combat the threat posed by a plague of monstrous beasts known as abominations, he meets a fate worse than death and is condemned to a life of anguish, solitude, and remorse.

She is a fierce young warrior, raised among an elite order of knights. Driven by a dark secret from her past, she defies her controlling father and sets out on a dangerous quest to do what none before her ever have—hunt down and kill an abomination, alone.

When a chance encounter sets these two against one another, an incredible twist of fate will lead them toward a salvation they never thought possible—and prove that the power of love, mercy, and forgiveness can shine a hopeful light even in history’s darkest age.


“Screenwriter Whitta’s pacing is superb … as he takes readers on a tense, nail-biting ride.” –Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Whitta is a master of suspense. ABOMINATION grabs you and doesn’t let go.”

–Hugh Howey, bestselling author of WOOL

“Brutal, brilliant, and deeply compelling, [this] is quite simply mandatory reading. You may as well call in sick to work now because the moment you pick up ABOMINATION, you won't want to put it down. This is historical fantasy done right.” –The Nerdist

“…truly fantastic. It's everything I loved about THE NAME OF THE WIND and so much more.”

–Gale Anne Hurd, producer of The Terminator, Aliens and The Walking Dead

“An epic blend of black magic, badass monsters, broadswords, and bloodshed, ABOMINATION is the kind of book that sticks with you—Whitta's twisted creatures are so memorable that you almost look forward to encountering them again in your nightmares.” –Nicole Perlman, co-writer of Guardians of the Galaxy

“With ABOMINATION, Whitta offers up a well-written, concise, quick-moving Dark Ages historical-fantasy tale of honor, redemption, and fortitude laced with horror elements that’s perfect for today’s audiences.” –geeksofdoom.com