L. Jagi Lamplighter
Prospero, the sorcerer on whose island of exile William Shakespeare set his play, The Tempest, has endured these past many centuries. His daughter Miranda runs the family business, Prospero, Inc. so smoothly that the vast majority of humanity has no idea that the Prosperos’ magic has protected Earth from numerous disasters. But Prospero himself has been kidnapped by demons from Hell, and Miranda, aided by her siblings, has followed her father into Hell to save him from a certain doom at the hands of vengeful demons. Time is running out for Miranda, and for the great magician himself. Their battle against the most terrifying forces of the Pit is a great fantasy adventure.
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Praise for Prospero in Hell:
“[The] rich imagery, fast pace, and masterful use of mythology make this a real page-turner.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review
Praise for Prospero Lost:
“You hold in your hand a book of wonders.” —John C. Wright, author of Orphans of Chaos
“Featuring glimpses into a rich and wondrous world of the unseen, this is no ordinary urban fantasy, but a treasure trove of nifty ideas and intriguing revelations. A cliff-hanger ending will leave readers panting for sequels.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Intelligent and eminently enjoyable, this series opener by a first time author is a first-rate choice for fans of mythic urban fantasy."—Library Journal, starred review
“Prospero Lost is a charming re-examination of one of the genre’s venerated ancestors, populated by a large cast skillfully drawn from history and mythology.”—Bookpage.com