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Max Gladstone
MAX GLADSTONE is a fencer, a fiddler, and a two-time finalist for the John W. Campbell Award. He has taught English in China, wrecked a bicycle in Angkor Wat, and been thrown from a horse in Mongolia. Max lives and writes in Somerville, Massachusetts, near Boston. He is the author of the Craft... show more



MAX GLADSTONE is a fencer, a fiddler, and a two-time finalist for the John W. Campbell Award. He has taught English in China, wrecked a bicycle in Angkor Wat, and been thrown from a horse in Mongolia. Max lives and writes in Somerville, Massachusetts, near Boston. He is the author of the Craft Sequence (Three Parts Dead, Two Serpents Rise, Full Fathom Five, Last First Snow).

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JLS' Books
JLS' Books rated it 3 weeks ago
Bookburners continues to be an enjoyable read. The characters twist and turn and grow and reveal new secrets, Grace's change of reading matter had me braced for something having gone occultishly haywire with her, and the nod to Paul Cornell's Shadow Police series in the last episode made me laugh (t...
Saturdays in Books
Saturdays in Books rated it 2 months ago
There's a lengthy article on the pro's and con's of reading the Craft Sequence in chronological vs published order that I should probably care about. I've got an omnibus edition that put them in publication order, though, so that's what I'm doing. A rather underwhelming follow up to the excellent ...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 5 months ago
Gladstone's third installment in the Craft sequence takes us to an alternate Hawaii. At first, it seems that we have two different stories. But Gladtsone brings them together quite well. More importantly, Gladstone writes wonderfully strong and varied female characters who don't talk about men to...
Elentarri's Book Blog
Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 7 months ago
An entertaining, serialised, urban fantasy adventure. Not as good as "Season 1", but something light to read.
Ceridwen
Ceridwen rated it 7 months ago
I'm a little wary of multi-author narratives in print, which is a little goofy, considering that this is basically how all television is scripted. I love me some television, but, of course, it must be said that the strength of the singular vision -- the showrunner or creator -- is a huge factor in w...
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