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How it brings the Dragon Queen to the teahouse as part of an old tradition, an old ceremony. And I quite like how the owner and the Queen relate to one another. But without the slow build at the beginning I think that moment would lack something, and I appreciate how the story the goes deeper, scraping away the illusions.
In many ways then it becomes about danger and safety, the city protected but at a cost. Because even if the arrangement is one that mostly benefits everyone, there is a kernel of corruption that sits at its heart. That, basically, if the foundation for the arrangement is tainted, the outcome cannot truly flourish.
It ever exists with the mark of that first betrayal, that first illusion, and when the Queen wipes that away what I was left with as a reader is the original crime that has gone unpunished. It's a complex story, and one that weighs comfort and safety against the change and opportunity. It's difficult to say really if the decision the Queen makes is the "right" one, but it is certainly hers to make and she does it, and it's a powerful moment. This is a rather intensely tragic story that follows one woman on a quest to obey her empress, to save a life by ending it.
Or at least by stripping it of anything that makes it warm and kind. It's a story about weapons, and about monsters. Glass Kiss is a weapon for the Cold Empire, a place with a mad Coldmonger for a king and an exiled Empress and a ruthless nationalism that allows only the strong to survive. Only utility to flourish. Reiss; from Issue of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. The Breath of War. The Mountains His Crown. A Salvaging of Ghosts. Call and Answer, Plant and Harvest. The Book of Locked Doors. The Three Dancers of Gizari.
A Killer of Dead Men. In the Age of Iron and Ashes. Unearthly Landscape by a Lady. The Sons of Vincente.
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Moogh and the Great Trench Kraken. Seasons Set in Skin. Yoachim; from Issue of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. The Girl with Golden Hair. DeLuca; introduced by the author. The Fires of Mercy. A Screech of Gulls. The King in the Cathedral. The Metamorphoses of Narcissus. The Ascent of Unreason. Introduced by the author.grandaweek.co.uk/missing-person-the-beat-book-1.php
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Last Rites for a Vagabond. Singing Like a Hundred Dug-up Bones. The Barber and the Count. I can use Dreamweaver pretty well and will be updating the TotLH webpage in the near future. Now, as promised, my thoughts turn back towards the Frees. If you can think of other things that might be good additions to these lists, or you have other ideas to support the series, reply here or drop me a line!
Thanks to everyone for your patience and support; it has meant a lot.
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I do better with a little more structure and schedule imposed upon me, so…classes. And that is where the bulk of my free time will be going for the next six months to a year. However, let me repeat that TotLH is going on hiatus, not being cancelled. I still write a bit of dialogue here and there and jot down ideas as they pop into my head. And when things are more settled, when the classes are complete and I can take stock of things, my pen will return to where my thoughts always stray: Short story I just narrated for the horror podcast Psuedopod, dealing with the classic horror theme "The King in Yellow" in today's world.
Had a lot of fun reading this one.