Finch is in deep, with no surface in sight.
He hadn’t expected a welcoming party when they whirlpooled into Atlantis — although “welcoming” isn’t exactly the right word. More like “mildly hostile.”
As descendants of the powerful Primus Anglicus, the Atlanteans are not to be trifled with. But Erebus isn’t leaving until he gets what he wants — and neither is Davin. Caught in the midst of a political battle royale, Finch can only ride out the waves.
And he knows he’ll be lucky to escape this underwater prison without leaving anyone behind.
For Melody, being trapped in an ancient, unfamiliar city is a dream come true. She hungers to fill the gaps in her knowledge, and Atlantis is a delicious buffet, from love potions and Death Day celebrations to beautiful and dangerous creatures.
Navigating this new world isn’t so scary with her trusty bodyguard by her side, though she must protect her own heart. History has shown that the Librarian isn’t supposed to fall in love... but what if it’s already too late?
Joshua Palmatier is an American fantasy author, who has written the Throne of Amenkor trilogy.
Risingshadow.net has had the honour of interviewing Joshua Palmatier.
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOSHUA PALMATIER
Beth Bernobich's Ars Memoriae was published by PS Publishing in October. Ars Memoriae is an alternate history novella. Here's Risingshadow.net's review of this novella.
A REVIEW OF BETH BERNOBICH'S ARS MEMORIAE
The 2009 World Fantasy Award winners are:
Terry Lamsley's R.I.P. and Rio Youers' Old Man Scratch were published in September. Both novellas are horror stories. Risingshadow.net has had an opportunity to read them, so here's our review of them.
A REVIEW OF TWO HORROR NOVELLAS
The winners of the British Fantasy Awards 2009 are:
Best Novel (The August Derleth Fantasy Award)
Memoirs of a Master Forger, by William Heaney, aka Graham Joyce (Gollancz)
The Reach of Children, by Tim Lebbon (Humdrumming)