Thursday, August 4, 2016

Paige Orwin: The Interminables

Paige Orwin: The Interminables

It’s 2020, and a magical cataclysm has shattered reality as we know it. Now a wizard’s cabal is running the East Coast of the US, keeping a semblance of peace.

Their most powerful agents, Edmund and Istvan — the former a nearly immortal 1940s-era mystery man, the latter, well, a ghost — have been assigned to hunt down an arms smuggling ring that could blow up Massachusetts.

Turns out the mission’s more complicated than it seemed. They discover a shadow war that’s been waged since the world ended, and, even worse, they find out that their own friendship has always been more complicated than they thought. To get out of this alive, they’ll need to get over their feelings, their memories, and the threat of a monstrous foe who’s getting ready to commit mass murder…

Praise for The Interminables:

“If you’re looking for an entertaining piece of dystopian fiction, with magic and heroes cat, then this will suit you very well indeed.”
– SF & F Reviews

“Vivid worldbuilding of a fascinating alternate Earth, peppered with touches of whimsy. This is a promising debut!”
– Emmie Mears, author of the Ayala Storme series

Paige, vital stats:


Of note:
Loves Panchito, her writing netbook
Is a big fan of, and lived in, Chile
Is actually a battleship, disguised as a human

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