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My Bookshelf: The Enterprise of Death

Title: The Enterprise of Death

Author: Jesse Bullington

Genre: Fantasy/Historical Fiction

Amazon Summery:
“As the witch-pyres of the Spanish Inquisition blanket Renaissance Europe in a moral haze, a young African slave finds herself the unwilling apprentice of an ancient necromancer. 212 more words


Dace & Ermane - I: Half Light (pt 3)

Dace swings her leg impatiently, its shadow like a pendulum going back and forth across the wall. Across from her, Ermane has her eyes closed, the crudely assembled circlet all but falling off her big head. 810 more words


Dace & Ermane - I: Half Light (pt 2)

Ferlis surveyed the dismay that was his workroom with a few murderous thoughts. Oromon, indeed. He’d not soon forget that name, see if he didn’t. 969 more words


Graven Images of Giordano Bruno

Metropolis – Robot

Consequent to the importation into Italy of works purportedly by Hermes Trismegistus, some educated persons began to believe that astral influence might be brought down to earth via correspondences between earth and the heavens. 738 more words

Raising the Dead

Garry McPlottool is dead. Pushing up daisies. Gone to join the choir invisible.

…thing is, he’s THE Garry McPlottool, the star of so many stories you’ve written and even more you’ve just imagined. 122 more words


Sabriel Day!

It’s Sabriel Day!  How exciting to have a day to celebrate such an amazing book and author.  In case you didn’t know Sabriel is part of a four book series of awesome written by Garth Nix.  1,819 more words