The final book in Tim Susman’s magical alt-history epic comes to its conclusion this January. If you haven’t started the series yet, now is a great time to start. Not only is the eBook edition free to download here and at many major eBook retailers, but we’ve also reduced the price of the print edition to $7.95! Click here.
This sale will last through December 1st so act fast.
And for those of you who have been with us on this magical journey, the final book in the series will be released on January 15th. You can pre-order The Revolution and the Fox right here.
The Revolution and the Fox, the final chapter in Tim Susman‘s magical alt-history saga is coming soon! Book 4 of the Calatians series will be released January 15, 2021.
The stunning cover of the finale is once again created by Laura Garabedian, who has also designed 23 beautiful new illustrations for the chapter headings.
Two years after the Revolutionary War, the new College of Sorcery in East Georgia is in trouble. Kip, Emily, Malcolm, and Alice have survived political attacks from Victor Adamson, but their money is running out. The International Exposition of Sorcery is their last chance to find a rich donor, but once they’re there, things get much worse. The few students they have are kidnapped, and Kip gets wind of a sinister plot against all Calatians. Within days, the four friends find themselves in a race against time to save their students, their school, and the world as they know it.
Title Series ISBN Page Count Release Date
The Revolution and the Fox Calatians Book 4 978-1-61450-528-0 278 January 15, 2021
Here is a sneak preview of Chapter One: The Exposition
We’re so happy to announce that Minor Mage by T. Kingfisher (Ursula Vernon) has been nominated for the 2020 Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book.
The Lodestar Award was established in 2017 and formally named in 2018 to honor the best young adult book, as voted on by members of Worldcon and is presented alongside the annual Hugo Awards. To vote on this year’s awards, you must be a member of this year’s Worldcon or last year’s. You can find out more about the awards and how to be a member here.
This is Ursula’s second Lodestar nomination. Her first being for Summer in Orcus in 2018.