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Tremontaine 7: The Swan Ball

It is the annual Swan Ball at Tremontaine House. Nobody who is anybody would turn down an invitation, but some may get more than they bargained for if they attend. 609 more words

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Tremontaine 6: A Fair Hand

The City is bustling in the run up to the annual Swan Ball at Tremontaine House. Saabim and Chuleb can’t understand why the Balam have been invited; is Diane trying to soften them after failing to keep her promises? 723 more words

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Tremontaine 5: The Dagger and the Sword

As Diane instructs her swordsman to ensure that poor Ben’s associates are in no position to talk about whatever he knew, Tess finally accepts that perhaps she needs a new protector. 550 more words

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Tremontaine 4: A Wake in Riverside

Doors close, doors open. Rafe is still seething over the changes to University regulations when he is unexpectedly offered a position in the Tremontaine household. Can Rafe achieve his goals through his new lover’s influence? 678 more words

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The Non-Binary Book Club Reads Swordspoint

This is very! late! But here it is!

Swordspoint by Ellen Kushner. 1987.

On the treacherous streets of Riverside, a man lives and dies by the sword. 2,769 more words

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Hannah G reblogged this on The New Emma Jones Society and commented:

I don't always make it to Non-Binary Book Club, but when I do I'm glad. The books, and the discussions about them, are challenging and rewarding even on topics I feel comfortable with like the term "bisexuality" and what it "means." (And a few posts ago when I was talking about Swordspoint, I'd been reading it for this.) I'm HG!

The Non-Binary Book Club Reads Swordspoint

This is very! late! But here it is!

Swordspoint by Ellen Kushner. 1987.

On the treacherous streets of Riverside, a man lives and dies by the sword. 2,769 more words

Gender

Tremontaine 3: Heavenly Bodies

Tensions are high at the University: the Governors are on the verge of changing the rules and both Rafe and Micah are convinced their Doctors have their facts wrong. 786 more words

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