The stunning sequel to instant New York Times bestseller, Wicked Saints
"Ruthless Gods opens the door to a world of fallen gods and eldritch horrors... Gruesome, grotesque, and so, so glorious." - Erin A. Craig, New York Times bestselling author of House of Salt and Sorrows
Nadya doesn’t trust her magic anymore. Serefin is fighting off a voice in his head that doesn’t belong to him. Malachiasz is at war with who--and what--he’s become.
As their group is continually torn apart, the girl, the prince, and the monster find their fates irrevocably intertwined. Their paths are being orchestrated by someone…or something. The voices that Serefin hears in the darkness, the ones that Nadya believes are her gods, the ones that Malachiasz is desperate to meet—those voices want a stake in the world, and they refuse to stay quiet any longer.
In her dramatic follow-up to Wicked Saints, the first book in her Something Dark and Holy trilogy, Emily A. Duncan paints a Gothic, icy world where shadows whisper, and no one is who they seem, with a shocking ending that will leave you breathless.
"Ruthless Gods will leave fans demanding the final installment in the trilogy." - Christine Lynn Herman, author of The Devouring Gray
This edition uses deckle edges; the uneven paper edge is intentional.
"The Glass Hotel may be the perfect novel for your survival bunker."
--Ron Charles, The Washington Post
A New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Newsweek, Bustle, Buzzfeed, GoodReads, Houston Chronicle, Writer's Digest, Medium, Washington Independent Review of Books, The Millions, Boston Globe, USA Today, and Women's Day Most Anticipated Book of 2020
From the award-winning author of Station Eleven, an exhilarating novel set at the glittering intersection of two seemingly disparate events-a massive Ponzi scheme collapse and the mysterious disappearance of a woman from a ship at sea.
Vincent is a bartender at the Hotel Caiette, a five-star lodging on the northernmost tip of Vancouver Island. On the night she meets Jonathan Alkaitis, a hooded figure scrawls a message on the lobby's glass wall: "Why don't you swallow broken glass." High above Manhattan, a greater crime is committed: Alkaitis is running an international Ponzi scheme, moving imaginary sums of money through clients' accounts. When the financial empire collapses, it obliterates countless fortunes and devastates lives. Vincent, who had been posing as Jonathan's wife, walks away into the night. Years later, a victim of the fraud is hired to investigate a strange occurrence: a woman has seemingly vanished from the deck of a container ship between ports of call.
In this captivating story of crisis and survival, Emily St. John Mandel takes readers through often hidden landscapes: campgrounds for the near-homeless, underground electronica clubs, the business of international shipping, service in luxury hotels, and life in a federal prison. Rife with unexpected beauty, The Glass Hotel is a captivating portrait of greed and guilt, love and delusion, ghosts and unintended consequences, and the infinite ways we search for meaning in our lives.
"Successfully mixes swords, sorcery, and skullduggery with complex characters. Dumas fans will especially appreciate the faux-French setting. This is pure adventure fun with plenty for epic fantasy readers to enjoy.”—Publishers Weekly
With the dragons believed dead, the kingdom had no more need for dragonslayers.
Drunk, disgraced, and all but forgotten, Guillot has long since left his days of heroism behind him.
As forgotten places are disturbed in the quest for power, and things long dormant awaken, the kingdom finds itself in need of a dragonslayer once again, and Guillot is the only one left...
"Charming [and] entertaining. Recommended for fans of dragons and medieval settings.”—Library Journal
The Dragonslayer Trilogy:
2. Knight of the Silver Circle
3. Servant of the Crown
Write as if from the desk of Emily Dickinson with this deluxe note card set, housed in a finely crafted keepsake book box.
Emily Dickinson is the author of an astonishing collection of almost 1800 poems, though only a handful were published during her lifetime. Often considered one of the most important American poets of the nineteenth century, she is known for her beautiful and abstract musings on love, death, nature, spirituality, and identity.
Now readers can celebrate their love of Emily with this finely crafted deluxe note card set. Designed for the letter-writers, note-takers, and card-senders of the world, this set includes:
20 blank note cards featuring classic Dickinson quotes
20 embossed gold sticker seals
A ruled pocket journal
A keepsake box for storage
Designed to look like a vintage book of poetry, this collectible set gives Dickinson fans a unique way to celebrate the words and legacy of their favorite poet.
Whether you're a vegetarian, a raw vegan, avoiding dairy, a meat-lover just looking for something new and delicious or you want to lose weight and cleanse, Emily von Euw, author of the bestselling Rawsome Vegan Baking and newly released100 Best Juices, Smoothies and Healthy Snacks, has creative recipes for savory, mouthwatering main dishes and meals.
Emily's balance of raw and lightly-cooked savory recipes range from Veggie Wraps with Miso Mustard Gravy to Raw Pizza with Spinach Pesto and Yam Burgers with Daikon Fries and Ketchup. They deliver the comfort and complexity sometimes missed in vegan diets-and they're eye-catching to boot. Readers will be left feeling stuffed and satisfied.
Emily's popular blog, This Rawsome Vegan Life, won the Vegan Woman's Vegan Food Blog Award and was named one of the Top 50 Raw Food Blogs. Her tempting vegan eats paired with her spectacular photography mesmerizes a strong following.