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Resurrection Code

We are delighted to announce the publication of the fifth and final book in Lyda Morehouse’s AngeLINK series. Resurrection Code tells the story of how Christian El-Aref, a street kid from Cairo, grew up to become the world’s most wanted cyber-criminal.

You can read Lyda’s thoughts about the book in her Big Idea post at John Scalzi’s Whatever blog. Then check out this stunning review of the series at You want them all. You really do.

Resurrection Code


The prequel to the the AngeLINK series.

Author: Lyda Morehouse
Cover: Christa Dickson
Formats: ePub, Mobi
Publisher: Wizard's Tower Press

SKU: 978-1-908039-39-2 Category:


Where were you the day the Aswan dams broke? It’s the question that defines my generation. Me, I was stuck in British School al-Rehab hundreds of kilometers from the destruction that plunged North Africa into darkness and drowned twenty million people as massive floods reclaimed the ancient Nile valley. We watched the privileged and the sane abandon Egypt to the criminals, prostitutes, and a mysterious murderous cult of Osiris known as the Deadboys. Not much of the capitol remained, and my life really went to hell.

But that’s not where my story really starts.

My story starts the day I, Christian El-Aref, distinguished myself from the thousands of Cairo street rats and became the Mouse. And I had that dead UN soldier whose body that I, quite literally, stumbled over to thank for it all. Now, if only I can keep myself from getting murdered…

Also included: Morehouse’s AngeLINK-related short story, “ishtartu,” from the Lambda Award-nominated collection Periphery.

Read Lyda’s thoughts about the book at John Scalzi’s Whatever.

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    Lyda Morehouse’s AngeLINK novels are some of the most insanely inventive books I’ve ever read. They’re a spicy brew of urban fantasy and cyberpunk, nanotech hacker adventures fused with end of the world prophecy, books where artificial intelligences rub virtual elbows with the Archangel Michael and where cyborg priests from the Inquisition have taken over international policing duties from Interpol. — Alyx Dellamonica (

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