Cato, Beth

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A Thousand Recipes for Revenge

Cato’s (The Clockwork Crown) latest is an intriguing story filled with gods, magic, and enough culinary references to please any fan of epicurean magic.

Call of Fire

Fleeing a San Francisco devastated by the 1906 earthquake, geomancer Ingrid Carmichael heads north to learn more about her father, from whom she inherited her godlike powers...

Breath of Earth

The acclaimed Cato (The Clockwork Dagger) creates an alternate early 20th-century San Francisco of stunning detail. Drawing on the power struggles of the refugees and women's work, this vivid reality will keep readers intrigued to the very end.

Wings of Sorrow and Bone: A Clockwork Dagger Novella

More experienced readers may be disappointed by the lack of new developments and characters, but this should keep series readers content until Cato's next full-length novel.

The Clockwork Crown

Romantic and full of nonstop adventure, this latest series entry will satisfy fans of both steampunk and more traditional fantasy. Cato doesn't stint on the worldbuilding but always keeps the focus on her richly developed characters. Besides the immensely appealing central couple, there is a full cast of allies and villains who keep things moving.

The Clockwork Dagger

The action is pretty much nonstop in this debut steampunk fantasy. The attraction between Octavia and Alonzo is sparked right away, but it's hard for the former to know whom to trust as her talents have made her a pawn between two political powers. Although readers will enjoy the satisfying climax of this adventure, there is plenty to the plot for a sequel from promising novelist Cato.

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