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A Sorceress Comes to Call

Author: T. Kingfisher

A Sorceress Comes to Call

A Sorceress Comes to Call

About This Book

From New York Times bestselling and Hugo Award-winning author T. Kingfisher comes A Sorceress...

Page Count
336
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On Sale
08/06/2024

Book Details

From New York Times bestselling and Hugo Award-winning author T. Kingfisher comes A Sorceress Comes to Call—a dark reimagining of the Brothers Grimm's "The Goose Girl," rife with secrets, murder, and forbidden magic.

*The hardcover edition features a foil stamp on the casing and custom endpapers illustrated by the author.*

Cordelia knows her mother is . . . unusual. Their house doesn’t have any doors between rooms—there are no secrets in this house—and her mother doesn't allow Cordelia to have a single friend. Unless you count Falada, her mother's beautiful white horse. The only time Cordelia feels truly free is on her daily rides with him.

But more than simple eccentricity sets her mother apart. Other mothers don’t force their daughters to be silent and motionless for hours, sometimes days, on end. Other mothers aren’t evil sorcerers.

When her mother unexpectedly moves them into the manor home of a wealthy older Squire and his kind but keen-eyed sister, Hester, Cordelia knows this welcoming pair are to be her mother's next victims. But Cordelia feels at home for the very first time among these people, and as her mother's plans darken, she must decide how to face the woman who raised her to save the people who have become like family.

"Kingfisher never fails to dazzle."—Peter S. Beagle, Hugo, Nebula, and Locus Award-winning author of The Last Unicorn

"Kingfisher is an inventive fantasy powerhouse."—BookPage

Also by T. Kingfisher
Nettle & Bone
Thornhedge
What Moves the Dead
What Feasts at Night
A House with Good Bones

Imprint Publisher

Tor Books

ISBN

9781250244079

In The News

"Expertly blending humor with folkloric horror, this incredibly satisfying fantasy will delight Kingfisher’s fans and newcomers alike.”—Publishers Weekly, STARRED review

"This is another one of Kingfisher’s marvelous works (like the Hugo-winning Nettle & Bone) that takes elements of fairy tales, myths, and legends and blends them into a story that feels both familiar and new at the same time while subtly weaving a novel where women play the parts that men traditionally filled, and men serve as helpmeets, sidekicks, and love interests. . . . Highly recommended for readers who enjoy reimagined legends.”—Library Journal, STARRED review

Praise for Nettle & Bone:

“This book is a modern classic.”—Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author of Every Heart a Doorway

"Nettle & Bone is a wonderful entwining of darkness & whimsy."—Travis Baldree, New York Times bestselling author of Legends & Lattes

“Exciting, deeply wise, sad, brutal and compassionate all at once.”—Catriona Ward, author of Last House on Needless Street

“T. Kingfisher uses the bones of fairy tale to create something entirely her own.”—Emily Tesh, Hugo-nominated author of Silver in the Wood

“Funny, frightening, and full of heart; I loved it.”—Alix E. Harrow, author of The Ten Thousand Doors of January

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