Gladstone, Max

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This Is How You Lose the Time War

This stunning, semi-epistolary tale by coauthors El-Mohtar (The Honey Month) and Gladstone (“Craft Sequence” series) is a seamless story of time travel, sparring opponents, and the revelations of serving a cause. To unlock the complexities of language and plot here, readers will want to return to this book, with each read revealing a little more of its near-limitless substance.

Empress of Forever

Gladstone's (Ruin of Angels) epic space opera and fast-paced adventure will thrill readers.
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"The Craft Sequence"

Gladstone deftly twines capitalist allegory, legal thriller, and inventive magic in this urban fantasy series...
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Ruin of Angels

The city of Alikand was destroyed during the God Wars, but 150 years later a town of sorts has arisen...
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Bookburners

Each cast member of the Bookburner crew gets a moment to shine, as does every contributor, offering a different take on the individual characters and their plights. [See Prepub Alert, 8/1/16.]
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Four Roads Cross

Gladstone's fifth outing in the "Craft Sequence" series (after Last First Snow) brings back many familiar faces. A tight yet intricate plot, accompanied by a slew of amazing characters, make this utterly delightful either as a stand-alone or for series fans.
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Last First Snow

This latest series entry (after Full Fathom Five) serves as a prequel and takes place before Three Parts Dead. A bizarrely triumphant blending of lawyers with gods, magic, and faith, Gladstone's book transfixes modern socioeconomic issues such as gentrification but never neglects the magic in his worlds.[See Prepub Alert, 2/2/15.]
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Full Fathom Five

Gladstone (Three Parts Dead; Two Serpents Rise) gives readers another slice of the offbeat and wonderful world he has been building that combines epic and urban fantasy with the intrigue of a business/legal thriller.
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Two Serpents Rise

Gladstone follows his acclaimed debut, Three Parts Dead, with another fast-paced fantasy thriller set in the same world. This time, he focuses on the sprawling city of Dresediel Lex, rich in a history and culture reminiscent of the Aztecs, which serves as a dramatic backdrop for the novel's action. This worthy sequel should receive attention from fans of China Miéville and Steven Erikson.

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