This article is part of the ‘I Wish I’d Read’ series, celebrating the many awesome books I missed out on thanks to a particularly stressful year and an extended hiatus.
When I hear Gilded Age, my eyes kind of glaze over in excitement. Needless to say, the description of The Glass Magician had me from the first sentence of the description. This tale of magic sounds truly historic, combining the New York culture of the early 1900s with a seeping darkness that seems poised to overtake the later parts of the novel. It sounds like a wonderful escape from present day, and I’m bummed I didn’t get a chance to read it this year. Read more about the author and book below, or purchase a copy for yourself. And of course, a big thank you to Tor Books for the free review copy!
NOTE: I was provided a free copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest, unbiased review.
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