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Meet Bestselling Historical Fiction Author Conn Iggulden

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015 - 7:00pm

Meet Bestselling Historical Fiction Author Conn Iggulden

Conn Iggulden

Conn Iggulden is one of the most successful authors of historical fiction writing today. He is the author of the Conqueror series, concerning the Mongol Khans, and the Emperor series, about Julius Caesar. Conn lives in Hertfordshire with his wife and children. 

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ISBN: 9780425275443
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Published: G.P. Putnam's Sons - May 5th, 2015

The first book in #1 New York Times bestselling author Conn Iggulden’s brilliant new historical series about two families that plunged England into a devastating, decades-long civil war.

In 1437, the Lancaster king Henry VI ascends the throne of England after years of semi-peaceful regency. Named “The Lamb,” Henry is famed more for his gentle and pious nature than his father’s famous battlefield exploits; already, his dependence on his closest men has stirred whispers of weakness at court.
           
A secret truce negotiated with France to trade British territories for a royal bride—Margaret of Anjou—sparks revolts across English territory. The rival royal line, the House of York, sees the chaos brought on by Henry’s weakness and with it the opportunity to oust an ineffectual king.
 
As storm clouds gather over England, King Henry and his supporters find themselves besieged abroad and at home. Who or what can save the kingdom before it is too late?
 
“It’s been said that Game of Thrones is the Wars of the Roses written as fantasy: this is the real thing, more glorious [and] more passionate.”—M. C. Scott, author of Rome: The Emperor’s Spy

“Capturing the…violence and romance of medieval life, Iggulden makes real those grand characters who live in the collective memory.”—Kirkus Reviews
 
“Great pacing, fascinating people, and vibrant descriptions make this a must read!”—Historical Novel Review


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Meet Debut Author Elena Delbanco

Event date: 
Tuesday, June 9, 2015 - 7:00pm

Meet Debut Author and Former University of Michigan Professor Elena Delbanco

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ISBN: 9781590517161
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Published: Other Press - May 19th, 2015

A debut novel about a daughter grappling with the legacy of her famous and imposing cellist father, the secrets he has hidden from her, and the fate of his great Stradivarius cello.
 
 
Alexander Feldmann is a revered and sought-after performer whose prodigious talent, striking good looks and worldly charm prove irresistible to all who hear and encounter him. After years of searching, he acquires a glorious cello, the Silver Swan, a rare Stradivarius masterpiece long lost to the world of music.

Mariana is Alexander’s only child and the maestro has large ambitions for her. By the age of nineteen she emerges as a star cellist in her own right, and is seen as the inheritor of her father's genius. There are whispers that her career might well outpace his. Mariana believes the Silver Swan will one day be hers, until a stunning secret from her father’s past entwines her fate and that of the Silver Swan in ways she could never have imagined.

 

"Delbanco’s whirlwind debut novel immediately immerses readers in the rarefied world of classical music performance...readers with an enthusiasm for classical music will be swept away by this detailed, enthralling tale." —Publishers Weekly

"[Elena] Delbanco’s lively tale alternates between the points of view of Mariana and Claude, as the two are forced to confront their desires while dealing with the expectations forced upon them and secrets from the past and present that inevitably collide." —Booklist

“I’ve just finished reading an advance copy of The Silver Swan by Elena Delbanco and while still burning from the white heat of the final sequences I wanted to tell you, and anyone else who will listen, just how magnificent a first novel this happens to be. It’s a tortured and passionate love story about a father and daughter and the musical heritage they share, centered on a treasured object, a Stradivarius cello that gives the novel its title—and it's a family story with an astonishing secret at its center. The prose flows beautifully from beginning to end, as though this were Delbanco’s tenth novel rather than her first. The musical lore her story allows us access to will charm all lovers of classical concertizing. The love stories—there are several of them, each inextricably entwined with the other—will thrill all readers for whom the deepest human passions make the best melodies. I may be the first person to tell you this. I’m sure I won’t be the last. A gorgeous debut that anyone who loves life and art will be thrilled—I'll say it again—thrilled to read.” —Alan Cheuse, Book Commentator, NPR

The Silver Swan by Elena Delbanco is an intimate, passionate, triumphant story of love and betrayal. Mariana—the devoted child of a world-famous cellist who has promised her the Silver Swan, an invaluable Stradivarius—discovers secrets in her father’s life that shake her world. Fast-paced and beautifully structured, Mariana’s story—full of intensity—is one of depth, sexuality, and surprise.” —Susan Richards Shreve, author of You Are the Love of My Life

“How artfully Elena Delbanco writes about love and music and how deftly she explores the alliances and conflicts between the two.  Best of all are her characters: vivid, complicated, passionate and flawed.  I couldn't stop turning the pages of this beautifully written and irresistible novel.” —Margot Livesey, author of The Flight of Gemma Hardy
 
“Elena Delbanco’s wonderfully absorbing novel presents a Stradivarius cello at its center, and a cast of intense characters who lust after it.  The Silver Swan offers a shrewdly plotted story of the passions of musicians for their instruments—as well as for each other.  A striking first novel by an author who knows her subject intimately, and relishes it.” —Lynne Sharon Schwartz, author of The Writing on the Wall 

“At the intersection of art and money, there are many collisions, and Elena Delbanco'sThe Silver Swan is wry and wise about its particular world: that of musical performers, their possessions, and their investments, in every possible sense of that word. This is a novel of love and the intrigues that follow upon it, and its central figure, the swan, like the Maltese Falcon, gives a special significance to everyone who desires it. A wonderful read.” —Charles Baxter, author of Gryphon: New and Selected Stories

“A must-read for all who wonder what passions and sorrows take place backstage at Carnegie Hall and in the lives of those who have chosen music over almost everything else.” —Cécile David-Weill, author of The Suitors

“A taut, engrossing novel of secrets, betrayal, and the seductive and tormenting force of brilliance.” —Vivien Shotwell, author of Vienna Nocturne


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Meet Richard Rawlings (Fast N’ Loud: Blood, Sweat and Beer)

Event date: 
Saturday, June 6, 2015 - 3:00pm

Meet Richard Rawlings, Discovery Channel Host of ‘Fast N’ Loud’ and One Half of ‘Gas Monkey Garage’ Duo for the Release of His New Book Fast N’ Loud: Blood, Sweat and Beer

Just to clarify things for the Richard Rawlings event - IT WILL NOT be first come/first serve for the signing portion of the event. 

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ISBN: 9780062387868
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Published: William Morrow - May 12th, 2015

"We turn rust into gold. We make it fast and loud . . ."

Richard Rawlings' road to the top has been full of dangerous twists and hilarious turns, with a few precipitous cliffs in between. From getting shot defending his beloved 1965 Mustang fastback from carjackers, to blowing out of town Fear and Loathing style in his youth, to eventually founding Gas Monkey Garage and starring in Discovery's hit automotive-restoration series Fast N' Loud, Rawlings has got some stories to tell.

With never-before-seen photos of his childhood and shots from fan-favorite episodes, Rawlings pushes into high gear, sharing the story of his rise to success, his show, and the automotive know-how that has made him famous.

He begins with his own story--including how he went from being flat broke to having a seat at the table with some of history's most iconic car guys. Rawlings then heads into Fast N' Loud, the series, sharing new details on everything from the toughest builds to run-ins with his most die-hard fans, along with travel and auto shop anecdotes featuring Aaron Kaufman and the rest of the Gas Monkey gang. He finishes with a handy guide for classic and antique car enthusiasts that includes insider tricks of the trade. Want to start flipping cars for profit yourself? The secrets of Rawlings' success are all here.


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Heidi Pitlor (The Daylight Marriage)

Event date: 
Wednesday, May 27, 2015 - 7:00pm

Meet Author and Editor Heidi Pitlor (The Daylight Marriage)

Heidi Pitlor

Heidi Pitlor grew up in Concord, Massachusetts, and got her BA at McGill University and her MFA at Emerson College in Boston. She was a senior editor at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for nine years before she became the series editor of "The Best American Short Stories." She has worked with Salman Rushdie, Alice Sebold, Richard Russo, Elizabeth Strout, and others. She is the author of the novel "The Birthdays "and her fiction and essays have appeared in "Ploughshares, "the "Huffington Post, " and "Labor Day: True Stories by Today's Best Women Writers." In Fall 2015, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will publish "100 Years of the Best American Short Stories, " which she co-edited with Lorrie Moore. Heidi lives outside Boston with her husband and twin son and daughter.

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ISBN: 9781616203689
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Published: Algonquin Books - May 5th, 2015

Hannah was the kind of woman who turned heads. Tall and graceful, naturally pretty, often impulsive, always spirited, the upper-class girl who picked, of all men, Lovell--the introverted climate scientist, the practical one who thought he could change the world if he could just get everyone to listen to reason. After a magical honeymoon they settled in the suburbs to raise their two children.

But over the years, Lovell and Hannah's conversations have become charged with resentments and unspoken desires. She's become withdrawn and directionless. His work affords him a convenient distraction. The children can sense the tension, which they've learned to mostly ignore. Until, after one explosive argument, Hannah vanishes. And Lovell, for the first time, is forced to examine the trajectory of his marriage through the lens of memory--and the eyes of his children. As he tries to piece together what happened to his wife--and to their lives together--readers follow Hannah through that single day when the smallest of decisions takes her to places she never intended to go.

With the intensity of The Lovely Bones, the balance of wit and heartbreak of The Descendants, and the emotional acuity of Anne Tyler's work, The Daylight Marriage is at its heart a novel about what happens when our intuitions override our logic, with a page-turning plot that doesn't reveal its secrets until the very end.

 

Praise for The Daylight Marriage…

"Hypnotically readable--I absolutely couldn't put it down. The structure is brilliant, and I turned the pages with increasing dread. This book is terrific." --Stephen King

"Pitlor brings forth the emotions that surge beneath the surface with the precision and power of a conductor. This powerful analysis of how dreams become nightmares will make readers want to hold their loved ones close." --Booklist, starred review

"In The Daylight Marriage, there are two mysteries--the whereabouts of a missing woman and the vagaries of the human heart. Heidi Pitlor explores both of these enigmas with equal mastery, merging a shocking crime story with an incisive portrait of a failed marriage. The result is a novel that is fast-moving, emotionally complex, and ultimately heartbreaking." --Tom Perrotta

"Lovell Hall, a climate scientist, struggles to understand the violent forces of hurricanes but forgets to attend to the rising emotional temperatures searing his own family. A moment of uncontained rage sets in motion a tragic vortex. Pitlor's novel is a page-turning exploration of unexpressed love and unnecessary loss. Riveting and heartbreaking." --Geraldine Brooks

"Understated and plausible . . . We learn the truth about what happened to Hannah in a way that's all the more disturbing for its subtlety." -Entertainment Weekly


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Lucy Ferriss (A Sister to Honor)

Event date: 
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - 7:00pm

Meet Author Lucy Ferriss (A Sister to Honor)

Lucy Ferriss

Lucy Ferriss has been writing fiction, poetry, and literary criticism for many years. In addition to six previous novels—including The Lost Daughter—and a collection of short fiction, she has also published a work of literary criticism and dozens of short stories, poems, articles, essays, and book reviews. She currently teaches at Trinity College and lives in Connecticut and the Massachusetts Berkshires.

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ISBN: 9780425276402
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Published: Berkley Books - January 6th, 2015

Afia Satar is studious, modest, and devout. The daughter of a landholding family in northern Pakistan, Afia has enrolled in an American college with the dream of returning to her country as a doctor. But when a photo surfaces online of Afia holding hands with an American boy, she is suddenly no longer safe—even from the family that cherishes her.

Rising sports star Shahid Satar has been entrusted by his family to watch over Afia in this strange New England landscape. He has sworn to protect his beloved sister from the dangerous customs of America, from its loose morals and easy virtue. Shahid was the one who convinced their parents to allow her to come to the United States. He never imagined he’d be ordered to cleanse the stain of her shame...


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Lily King (Euphoria)

Event date: 
Monday, May 18, 2015 - 7:00pm

Meet Award Winning Author Lily King (Euphoria)

Lily King

Lily King’s first novel, The Pleasing Hour won the Barnes & Noble Discover Award and was a New York Times Notable Book and an alternate for the PEN/Hemingway Award. Her second book, The English Teacher, was a Publishers Weekly Top Ten Book of the Year, a Chicago Tribune Best Book of the Year, and the winner of the Maine Fiction Award. Father of the Rain was a New York Times Editors’ Choice, a Publishers Weekly Best Novel of the Year, and winner of the 2010 New England Book Award for Fiction. Lily King lives with her family in Maine.

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ISBN: 9780802123701
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Published: Grove Press - April 14th, 2015

From New England Book Award winner Lily King comes a breathtaking novel about three young anthropologists of the ‘30’s caught in a passionate love triangle that threatens their bonds, their careers, and, ultimately, their lives.

English anthropologist Andrew Banson has been alone in the field for several years, studying the Kiona river tribe in the Territory of New Guinea. Haunted by the memory of his brothers’ deaths and increasingly frustrated and isolated by his research, Bankson is on the verge of suicide when a chance encounter with colleagues, the controversial Nell Stone and her wry and mercurial Australian husband Fen, pulls him back from the brink. Nell and Fen have just fled the bloodthirsty Mumbanyo and, in spite of Nell’s poor health, are hungry for a new discovery. When Bankson finds them a new tribe nearby, the artistic, female-dominated Tam, he ignites an intellectual and romantic firestorm between the three of them that burns out of anyone’s control.

Set between two World Wars and inspired by events in the life of revolutionary anthropologist Margaret Mead,Euphoria is an enthralling story of passion, possession, exploration, and sacrifice from accomplished author Lily King.

Praise for EUPHORIA

“With Euphoria, Lily King gives us a searing and absolutely mesmerizing glimpse into 1930’s New Guinea, a world as savage and fascinating as Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, where obsessions rise to a feverish pitch, and three dangerously entangled anthropologists will never be the same again. Jaw-droppingly, heart-stoppingly beautiful. I loved this book.”—Paula McLain, author of The Paris Wife


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Margaret Noodin (Weweni)

Event date: 
Thursday, May 14, 2015 - 7:00pm

Meet Poet Margaret Noodin (Weweni)

Margaret Noodin

Margaret has a PhD in Literature and Linguistics, an MFA in Creative Writing and is Assistant Professor of English and American Indian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Weweni (Paperback)

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ISBN-13: 9780814340387
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Published: Wayne State University Press, 4/2015
 

Depending on dialect, the Anishinaabemowin word "weweni" expresses thanks, exactitude, ease, and sincerity. In addition, the word for "relatives" is "nindenwemaaganag": those whose "enewewe," or voices, sound familiar. In "Weweni, "poet Margaret Noodin brings all of these meanings to bear in a unique bilingual collection. Noodin's warm and perceptive poems were written first in the Modern Anishinaabemowin double-vowel orthography and appear translated on facing pages in English.

From planetary tracking to political contrasts, stories of ghosts, and messages of trees, the poems in "Weweni" use many images to speak to the interconnectedness of relationships, moments of difficulty and joy, and dreams and cautions for the future. As poems move from Anishinaabemowin to English, the challenge of translation offers multiple levels of meaning-English meanings found in Anishinaabe words long as rivers and knotted like nets, English approximations that bend the dominant language in new directions, and sets of signs and ideas unable to move from one language to another. In addition to the individual dialogues played out beween Noodin's poems, the collection as a whole demonstrates a fruitful and respectful dialogue between languages and cultures.

Noodin's poems will be proof to students and speakers of Anishinaabemowin that the language can be a vital space for modern expression and, for those new to the language, a lyric invitation to further exploration. Anyone interested in poetry or linguistics will enjoy this one-of-a-kind volume.

 

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ISBN: 9780814340387
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Published: Wayne State University Press - April 1st, 2015

Depending on dialect, the Anishinaabemowin word "weweni" expresses thanks, exactitude, ease, and sincerity. In addition, the word for "relatives" is "nindenwemaaganag": those whose "enewewe," or voices, sound familiar. In "Weweni, "poet Margaret Noodin brings all of these meanings to bear in a unique bilingual collection. Noodin's warm and perceptive poems were written first in the Modern Anishinaabemowin double-vowel orthography and appear translated on facing pages in English.

From planetary tracking to political contrasts, stories of ghosts, and messages of trees, the poems in "Weweni" use many images to speak to the interconnectedness of relationships, moments of difficulty and joy, and dreams and cautions for the future. As poems move from Anishinaabemowin to English, the challenge of translation offers multiple levels of meaning-English meanings found in Anishinaabe words long as rivers and knotted like nets, English approximations that bend the dominant language in new directions, and sets of signs and ideas unable to move from one language to another. In addition to the individual dialogues played out beween Noodin's poems, the collection as a whole demonstrates a fruitful and respectful dialogue between languages and cultures.

Noodin's poems will be proof to students and speakers of Anishinaabemowin that the language can be a vital space for modern expression and, for those new to the language, a lyric invitation to further exploration. Anyone interested in poetry or linguistics will enjoy this one-of-a-kind volume.


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Ann Arbor, MI 48103-3818

Anne-Marie Oomen (Love, Sex and 4-H: A Memoir)

Event date: 
Monday, May 4, 2015 - 7:00pm

Meet Michigan Author Anne-Marie Oomen (Love, Sex and 4-H: A Memoir)

Anne Marie Oomen

Anne-Marie Oomen is author of two memoirs, Pulling Down the Barnand House of Fields, both Michigan Notable Books, An American Map: Essays (Wayne State University Press); and a full-length collection of poetry, Uncoded Woman (Milkweed Editions). She is also represented in New Poems of the Third Coast: Contemporary Michigan Poetry, and edited Looking Over My Shoulder: Reflections on the Twentieth Century, an anthology of seniors’ essays funded by the Michigan Humanities Council. She has written seven plays, including the award-winning Northern Belles (inspired by oral histories of women farmers), and most recently, Secrets of Luuce Talk Tavern, 2012 winner of the CTAM contest. She adapted the meditations of Gwen Frostic for Chaotic Harmony, a choreopoem. She is founding editor of Dunes Review, former president of Michigan Writers, Inc., serves as instructor of creative writing at Interlochen Arts Academy, ICCA Writer’s Retreat, and Solstice MFA at Pine Manor College, MA. She and her husband, David Early, have built their own home near Empire.

Love, Sex, and 4-H (Paperback)

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ISBN-13: 9780814340783
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Published: Wayne State University Press, 4/2015
 

As the 1960s dawned in small-town Michigan, Anne-Marie Oomen was a naive farm girl whose mother was determined to keep her out of trouble-by keeping her in 4-H. In "Love, Sex, and 4-H, " Oomen sets the wholesomeness of her domestic lessons in 4-H club from 1959 to 1969 against the political and sexual revolution of the time. Between sewing her first dish towel and finishing the yellow dress she wears to senior prom, Oomen brings readers along as she falls in and out of love, wins her first prize, learns to kiss, survives her first heartbreak, and makes almost all of her clothes.

 

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ISBN: 9780814340783
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Published: Wayne State University Press - April 1st, 2015

As the 1960s dawned in small-town Michigan, Anne-Marie Oomen was a naive farm girl whose mother was determined to keep her out of trouble-by keeping her in 4-H. In "Love, Sex, and 4-H, " Oomen sets the wholesomeness of her domestic lessons in 4-H club from 1959 to 1969 against the political and sexual revolution of the time. Between sewing her first dish towel and finishing the yellow dress she wears to senior prom, Oomen brings readers along as she falls in and out of love, wins her first prize, learns to kiss, survives her first heartbreak, and makes almost all of her clothes.


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2513 Jackson Ave
Ann Arbor, MI 48103-3818

Deborah Harkness - ​Book of Life

Event date: 
Thursday, June 4, 2015 - 7:00pm

Deborah Harkness

​When you purchase a copy of ​​​​The Book of Life through Nicola's Book​s,​ (pre-order or when the trade paper edition is released​,​) you will automatically get a line ticket for the signing portion of the event.

Anyone who brings their own copy of ​​​​The Book of Life​ (or other Deborah Harkness titles​,​) and does not purchase any additional copies of ​​The Book of Life​ at Nicola's Books will also receive a line ticket​, ​however​:

​* ​it will be for the end of the line

​* ​you can only pick up your line ticket ​on ​the night of the event.

Collectors will wait until ​all other​ books have been signed. 

The #1 New York Times bestselling series finale and sequel to A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night

Fans of the All Souls Trilogy sent this highly anticipated finale straight to #1 on the New York Times hardcover bestseller list. Bringing the series’ magic and suspense to a deeply satisfying conclusion, The Book of Life is poised to become an even bigger phenomenon in paperback.

Diana and Matthew time-travel back from Elizabethan London to make a dramatic return to the present—facing new crises and old enemies. At Matthew’s ancestral home, Sept-Tours, they reunite with the beloved cast of characters from A Discovery of Witches—with one significant exception. But the real threat to their future has yet to be revealed, and when it is, the search for Ashmole 782 and its missing pages takes on even more urgency.

About the Author

DEBORAH HARKNESS is the #1 New York Times–bestselling author of A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night, the first two volumes in the All Souls Trilogy. She lives in Los Angeles.

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ISBN: 9780143127529
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Published: Penguin Books - May 26th, 2015

Praise for The Book of Life

Weaving an extraordinarily rich story of magic and science, history and fiction, passion and power, secrets and truths, Harkness delivers an unforgettable and spellbinding finale that's not to be missed.”

USA Today

Juicy and action-packed.”

People

Pure escapist summer fun.”

Jodi Picoult, Parade

The epic and erudite vampire-witch romance comes to a thoroughly satisfying conclusion in the action-packed All Souls trilogy ender.”

Entertainment Weekly

A stirring, poignant saga.”

Us Weekly

The charm in Deborah Harkness’s wildly successful All Souls trilogy lies not merely in the spells that its creature characters cast as they lurk pretty much in plain sight of humans, but in the adroit way Harkness has insinuated her world of demons, witches, and vampires into ours. . . . From the novel’s poignant opening, Harkness casts her own indelible spell of enchantment, heartbreak, and resilience. . . . She is terrific at bringing her magic world to life, maintaining a fast-paced, page-turning narrative.”—The Boston Globe

This trilogy is a superlative example in a subgenre you could call realistic fantasy—think Harry Potter but for grown-ups or Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. Witches, vampires, and daemons exist, along with time travel. But this world also is recognizably ours, not a wholly made-up setting like George R.R. Martin’s Westeros. When done well, as it is here, this sort of fiction provides characters who are recognizably human in their desires and actions even if most of them are creatures with supernatural powers. Through them Harkness succeeds at the hardest part of writing fantasy: She makes this world so real that you believe it exists—or at the very least that you wish that it did.”

Miami Herald

Harkness has immersed and spellbound readers with her alternative universe. . . . Her ambitious melding of scientific and historical detail is inventive and brings surprising depth. . . . The Book of Life brims with sensuality, intrigue, violence and much-welcome humor.”

Los Angeles Times


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