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All share the same dryly witty, intelligent, intellectually charming writing style that made the prior novel so worthwhile.
The Ladies of Grace Adieu is a collection of short stories that Susanna Clarke released as a follow-up to her first novel, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell.
So, I strongly recommend it, but if you haven't readMr Norrell..." first, go and read that one that you will enjoy much more.
This charming collection of short stories builds on the universe Susanna Clarke created in her magnum opus _Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell_: Regency England with magic as a real... Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Magliocco
I read 'Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell' and loved it so much. I was hoping for a sequel and thought to read this book of short stories in the meantime. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gia
I absolutely loved Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell so it was a welcome return to the now familiar world of the Raven King. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Niki K
Clarke's style is evidently not for everyone (which is the only explanation I can find for not being able to convince more than a handful of people to read her major work,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jonathan H.
While a sense of dainty whimsy was a nice touch upon the magnificent epic of the author's novel "Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell," here the style serves the subjects poorly. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kurt Russell
I was personally blown away by Clarke’s first novel Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell, which despite clocking in at over a thousand pages in my mass market edition managed to take the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Alexander Gaya
A series of short stories that expand on the magic of "Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell" largely ignoring the London magician but introducing the reader to feminine magic. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ruth