Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Beth Cato’s Wings of Sorrow and Bone
I’m so excited to be sharing award-nominated author Beth Cato’s Wings of Sorrow and Bone with you for early review consideration! The rich world building and complex, diverse cast of characters in her Clockwork Dagger series have really captured the hearts and minds of the SFF and steampunk communities. Cato’s stories—which blend the experimental, Victorian-inspired science of the steampunk genre with the whimsical magic of classic high fantasy—are much beloved additions to the steampunk oeuvre. But if you haven’t had a chance to enjoy the works of this newcomer to the scene yet, now is the perfect time! Wings of Sorrow and Bone is a delightful novella, set in the same world as The Clockwork Dagger, but featuring secondary characters and fan-favorite gremlins! It’s a perfect jumping on point to a short, sweet, immensely satisfying steampunk series—and for existing readers, this novella is a great peak at the playful, sweet, gremlins we love!
Wings of Sorrow and Bone
November 10, 2015
Harper Voyager Impulse
Fiction / Science Fiction / Steampunk
$0.99 USD, $2.99 CAD, £1.99 GBP, €0.90 EUR
About the Book:
After being rescued by Octavia Leander from the slums of Caskentia, Rivka Stout is adjusting to her new life in Tamarania. But it’s hard for a blossoming machinist like herself to fit in with proper society, and she’d much rather be tinkering with her tools than at a hoity-toity party any day.
When Rivka stumbles into a laboratory run by the powerful Balthazar Cody, she also discovers a sinister plot involving chimera gremlins and the violent Arena game Warriors. The innocent creatures will end up hurt, or worse, if Rivka doesn’t find a way to stop Mr. Cody. And to do that means she will have to rely on some unexpected new friends.
About the Author:
Beth Cato hails from Hanford, California, but currently writes and bakes cookies in a lair outside of Phoenix, Arizona. She shares the household with a hockey-loving husband, a number-obsessed son, and a cat the size of a canned ham.