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Gregory Frost's Books

Lord Tophet
Jul.29.2008
The sequel to Shadowbridge ("a sparkling gem of mythic invention and wonder"--Publisher's Weekly) finds Leodora and her performing troupe in Colemaigne, a place that was partially destroyed by an entity known only as Tophet.Before long, Leodora discovers that Tophet's original assault upon the city had something to do with her own parents. To learn the answer she and her...
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Jan.15.2007
Leodora is the daughter of the almost mythical shadow-puppeteer, Bardsham. She never met her father because he, and her mother, vanished when she was a baby. Now, at 16, Leodora is fast outstripping even her father's memorialized skill as she sets foot on the spans of the infinite spiraling bridge, where she encounters a musician who can play any piece of music ever created,...
Fitcher's Brides
Dec.01.2002
In the latest addition to the Fairy Tale Series created by Terri Windling, fantasy author Gregory Frost (Tain; Lyrec) provides a fresh and highly readable spin on the classic Bluebeard tale, setting his version in New York’s Finger Lakes district during the 1830s(sic). Charismatic preacher Elias Fitcher, the Bluebeard figure, has set up a utopian community that prays and works...
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Publisher’s Weekly, in a starred review, hails ATTACK OF THE JAZZ GIANTS & OTHER STORIES “as one of the best fantasy collections of the year.” Kirkus Reviews adds that herein lie stories with “the feel of an angry young Harlan Ellison (few higher compliments).” Nick Gevers in Locus Magazine notes that the “best stories in Attack are bitingly funny, unleashing farce to...