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January Review: The Secret History of Moscow by Ekaterina Sedia

Title: The Secret History of Moscow

Author: Ekaterina Sedia

Publisher: Prime Books

Page Count: 311

Every city contains secret places. Moscow in the tumultuous 1990s is no different, its citizens seeking safety in a world below the streets — a dark, cavernous world of magic, weeping trees, and albino jackdaws, where exiled pagan deities and faery-tale creatures whisper strange tales to those who would listen.

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2016

Quoth

On white feminists & black women stereotypes…

Minister Faust:-

Useful note via Margarita Lau: it is white Western women that usually can get away with this, because the ability to violate social norms is a form of privilege. 215 more words

Quoth

The Secret History of Moscow by Ekaterina Sedia

(review by Leticia Lara, originally appeared at Fantastica Ficcion)


Some days ago I found myself with ten euros to spend in an online bookstore and I thought to buy some of the books that I’d have liked to read but never did buy it for whatever reason. 324 more words

Fantasy