Kowal's Glamour in Glass, a sequel to Shades of Milk and Honey

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6 Responses to “Kowal's Glamour in Glass, a sequel to Shades of Milk and Honey

  1. allium says:

    Wake me when it’s 1848.

    • jetfx says:

       What do you mean by that? As in Revolutions of?

      • allium says:

         Bingo. I know I shouldn’t complain about Books I Don’t Read, but the first thing that came to mind when I read the description was David Brin’s essay on The Lord of the Rings. The second was the Peterloo Massacre.

        • jetfx says:

          I’ve always thought it would be a really interesting idea to do a series about a revolution in a fantasy kingdom. No one really seems to have done it (which is why I’m doing it). Where the ideas of the Enlightenment are questioning tradition society and authority and then actually toppling it in the name of liberty and progress. Would be a good tonic to the usual fantasy thing of romanticizing the pre-modern.

  2. jetfx says:

    [comment was reply to allium]

  3. Nathan Ng says:

    Is this the book that’s missing its first sentence?

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