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Thousand perfect thingsA Thousand Perfect Things

In this epic new work, the award-winning Kenyon, whose work has be compared to Larry Nivens and Stephen R. Donaldson, creates an alternate Earth in the 19th century. This Earth is ruled by two warring factions—scientific Anglica (England) and magical Bharata (India).

Tori Harding, a Victorian woman, whose heart aches to claim the legendary powers of the golden lotus, must leave her reasoned world behind and journey to Bharata. In pursuit of the golden lotus, Tori will be forced to brave its magics, intrigues, deadly secrets and haunted places, to claim her destiny and choose between two lovers in two irreconcilable realms.

As a great native insurrection sweeps the continent of Bharata—Tori will find the thing she most desires, beautifully flawed and more wonderfully strange than she could have ever dreamed.

 

Praise for A Thousand Perfect Things

“This has become my favorite of all Kay Kenyon’s books. The science-driven men of Anglica have constructed a marvel of engineering-a bridge that crosses the ocean-but they don’t understand the mystical forces they’re facing in the dangerously seductive country of Bharata. As usual, Kenyon offers flawless world-building and a diverse cast of characters driven by conflicting and wholly believable desires. This is a rich, gorgeous, and marvelously detailed tapestry of a book.”
— Sharon Shinn, Author of Troubled Waters and Royal Airs

“Kay Kenyon has once again created a world into which one blissfully disappears, replete with magic and monsters, romance and reigning dynasties, set upon the fragile social scaffolding of mid-nineteenth century England. The story is, literally and figuratively, a bridge between the mystical and the very real, with a young heroine who a delivers a deliciously vicarious ride. Brilliantly told with elegant yet occasionally jarring prose, A Thousand Perfect Things is a masterwork from the mind of one of our best authors of compelling alternate realities.”
— Larry Brooks, Author of Story Engineering

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kay kenyonAuthor Kay Kenyon

Kay Kenyon is the author of eleven science fiction and fantasy novels, including A Thousand Perfect Things. She is the author of the critically acclaimed science fiction quartet, The Entire and The Rose. Bright of the Sky was among PW’s top 150 books of 2007. The series has twice been shortlisted for the ALA Reading List awards and three times for the Endeavour Award. Four of her novels have been translated into French, Spanish and Czech. Along with her novels Tropic of Creation and Maximum Ice, two of the works in the quartet received starred reviews from PW.

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Ends 3/31/14

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Tour Schedule

 

March 11th
I Am A Reader – Interview
Vonnie’s Reading Corner – Review
Auggie-Talk – Interview
BookHounds – Spotlight

March 12th
Booknerd – Review
Cici’s Theories – Spotlight
Fire and Ice – Guest Post

March 13th
MichaelSciFan – Interview
The Opinionated Me – Spotlight
Kelly P’s Blog – Spotlight

March 14th
Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys – Spotlight
The Wonderings of One Person – Interview
For Writers, For Readers, For You – Spotlight

March 15th
Jemima Pett, author – Review
The Literary Melting Pot – Review
Katie’s Clean Book Collection – Spotlight
I Love to Read and Review Books 🙂 – Spotlight

March 19th
Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews – Spotlight
Bibliophile Mystery – Spotlight
Doodles, doodles everywhere – Spotlight

March 20th
Juliababyjen’s Reading Room – Review
Mythical Books – Guest Post
Curling Up With A Good Book – Spotlight
StoreyBook Reviews – Spotlight

March 21st
Chick with Books – Review
The Serious Reader – Guest Post
Fire & Ice – Review