arhyalon (arhyalon) wrote,

And two more!

Here's one:

This edgy postmodern Secret History straddles urban fantasy and slipstream while effortlessly ringing the changes on classic SF tropes.  Lamplighter is a writer to watch.

--James Mallory

This second one, from Wen Spencer, author of Tinker and A Brother's Keeper came a while ago, but I didn't post it:

Lamplighter weaves a rich tapestry of history for Prospero and his
children who spent their immortal lives making many supernatural
enemies.  A sweeping history infused with magic. Princes of Amber with a Shakespeare twist.


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