happy release day (belated)

Yesterday was the official release date for Carousel Tides by Sharon Lee (part of the amazing duo behind the Liaden series).

“A tourist town in Maine hosts a war of faerie magic in this engaging urban fantasy. The fireworks begin when Kate Archer returns to Archers Beach, Maine, to search for her vanished grandmother, Bonny Pepperidge, and to assume Bonny’s role as Guardian of Fun Country, an amusement park whose carousel animals are actually exiled fae criminals. Almost immediately, Kate runs afoul of neighbor Joe Nemeier, a drug smuggler who sets his assassins after her. Then she learns from the local earth spirits that Bonny may have discovered the whereabouts of Kate’s mom, newly escaped form a pursuing demonic captor. Lee brings these disparate subplots together in a pyrotechnic finale that plays out magically behind the ordinary facade of smalltown Maine life, evoking much of the romance and magic of her popular Liaden series.” — Publishers Weekly

“Sharon Lee weaves fantasy into reality so deftly that you scarcely notice when you slip across the edge. And once you’re there, the story’s own magic won’t let you turn back from the strong characters, deep mysteries, and even deeper danger.” — James A. Hetley, author of Dragon’s Eye, Dragon’s Teeth, and Dragon’s Bones.

Congratulations! (even if somewhat delayed by travel home from the World Fantasy Convention)

2 responses to “happy release day (belated)

  1. *ahem*
    It appears someone has not made a post since Nov. 3rd. Despite there being a significant occasion today for doing so.
    So here’s a HAPPY BIRTHDAY here, then 🙂

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