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The Jaguar and the Wolf Paperback – August 4, 2012
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Cutter has what it takes to become a great new talent. -- Green Man Review --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Leah Cutter's first novel, "Paper Mage" (Roc, 2003), is set in China, during the T'ang dynasty, around 837 A.D. Her second novel, "Caves of Buda" (Roc, 2004), is set in Budapest, with many different time periods, including pre-Christian Hungarian mythology, Roman magic, World War II, and 1957, when the Russians came back to Hungary. Her third novel, "The Jaguar and the Wolf" (Roc, 2005), is set in the Yucatan peninsula, around 1000 A.D., and explores what would have happened if the Vikings had met the Mayans. Leah Cutter's fourth novel, "Clockwork Kingdom" (Knotted Road Press, 2012), is a young adult contemporary fantasy, with bloodthirsty steampunk fairies determined to take over the world. Her fifth novel, "Zydeco Queen and the Creole Fairy Courts" (Knotted Road Press, 2012), is a young adult contemporary fantasy about a fiddler in Louisiana who has zydeco in her heart and Fay in her blood. Her short fiction includes fantasy, science fiction, and horror, and has been published in anthologies and on the web. A collection of her short fiction is available in "Baker's Dozen" (Knotted Road Press, 2013). Read more stories by this author at www.KnottedRoadPress.com. Follow this author's blog at www.LeahCutter.com
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They can't all be good reviews...
I recommend you try Cutter's other books instead. However, if you enjoy historical fiction, you'll probably adore "The Jaguar and the Wolf".
I tried to give it a chance and read 1/2 the book; but, finally, I decided that it wasn't worth finishing. (So, I just read the ending and tossed it on my 'already been read pile.')
I think there is a reason that the reviews listed in the front pages are directed towards her previous books rather than this one.