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Review: Tower of Mud and Straw by Yaroslav Barsukov

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22 Oct 2020 12:44 #1 by Seregil of Rhiminee

Yaroslav Barsukov's Tower of Mud and Straw is a serialised novella published by Metaphorosis. The e-book and paperback editions will be published in February 2021.

You can read or listen to the first part here for free:

https://magazine.metaphorosis.com/story/2020/tower-of-mud-and-straw-i-yaroslav-barsukov/

The first part was published on September 29th. The other parts will be published on October 30th, November 27th and December 25th.

About Yaroslav Barsukov:

After leaving his ball and chain at the workplace, Yaroslav Barsukov goes on to write stories that deal with things he himself, thankfully, doesn’t have to deal with. He’s a software engineer and a connoisseur of strong alcoholic beverages - but also, surprisingly, a member of SFWA and Codex (how did that happen?). At some point in his life, he’s left one former empire only to settle in another.

Click here to visit his official website.

About Tower of Mud and Straw:

THE QUEEN RUINED HIS LIFE. HE WOULD DO ANYTHING TO RECLAIM IT... OR SO HE THOUGHT.

Minister Shea Ashcroft refuses the queen's order to gas a crowd of protesters. After riots cripple the capital, he's banished to the border to oversee the construction of the biggest anti-airship tower in history. The use of otherworldly technology makes the tower volatile and dangerous; Shea has to fight the local hierarchy to ensure the construction succeeds - and to reclaim his own life.

He must survive an assassination attempt, find love, confront the place in his memory he'd rather erase, encounter an ancient legend, travel to the origin of a species - and through it all, stay true to his own principles.

Climbing back to the top is a slippery slope, and somewhere along the way, one is bound to fall.

REVIEW: TOWER OF MUD AND STRAW BY YAROSLAV BARSUKOV

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