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The Towers, the Moon (The Trifold Age) Paperback – October 26, 2016
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Andrea K Höst was born in Sweden but raised in Australia - mainly in Townsville, Queensland. She now lives in Sydney. Andrea writes fantasy and science fantasy, and enjoys creating stories set in worlds which slightly skew our social expectations, and most especially give her female characters something more to do than wait for rescue. Her novel "The Silence of Medair" was a finalist for the 2010 Aurealis Awards for best fantasy novel, while her novel "And All the Stars" was a finalist for both the 2012 Aurealis Awards and 2012 Cybils Awards. You can catch the latest news from Andrea at her site: www.andreakhost.com
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I would suggest it's almost essential to have read Pyramids of London first, though perhaps this book's narrow focus on a single god-touched realm makes it more accessible than that piece (or perhaps reading that has acclimatised me to the world sufficiently that I no longer have any difficulty understanding the peculiar state of this world). Either way, I highly recommend this and look forward to the sequel Tangleways.
In a word, they were a relief to read. Thoughtfully paced, adding details and fleshing out characters and the world at large. If you're looking for fast-paced, plot-centric stories that skim characters and details these tales are not for you, but if you love to slow down and revel in places you've never been with characters you want to get to know better, read on.
Only criticism is the French included in the book, the le/la/les/l' article-noun agreement didn't always match up, but I've yet to see a modern published book include a foreign language without mistakes....