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Trial of Flowers

Jay Lake

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The Hugo and World Fantasy Award - Nominated Author of Rocket Science

The City Imperishable's secret master and heir to the long-vacant throne has vanished from a locked room, as politics have turned deadly in a bid to revive the city's long-vanished empire. The city's dwarfs, stunted from spending their childhoods in confining boxes, are restive. Bijaz the Dwarf, leader of the Sewn faction among the dwarfs, fights their persecution. Jason the Factor, friend and apprentice to the missing master, works to maintain stability in the absence of a guiding hand. Imago of Lockwood struggles to revive the office of Lord Mayor in a bid to turn the City Imperishable away from the path of destruction. These three must contend with one another as they race to resolve the threats to the city.

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Praise for Trial of Flowers

  • Modern decadence with an intent both sinister and sublime, Trail of Flowers is a strange and often beautiful novel. Jay Lake continues to expand his idiosyncratic talent - Jeff Vandermeer, author of City of Saints & Madmen and Shriek: An Afterword

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Jay Lake

Jay Lake (1964 - 2014)

Jay Lake lived in Portland, Oregon, where he worked on multiple writing and editing projects. His 2007 book Mainspring received a starred review in Booklist. His short fiction appeared regularly in literary and genre markets worldwide. Jay won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, Endeavour Award, and was a multiple nominee for the Hugo and World Fantasy Awards.

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