We are proud to present the third (and final) segment of our free serialisation of Molly Tanzer's excellent novel Creatures of Will & Temper. It's the story of two sisters who learn that beneath Victorian England's veneer of absolute propriety lies deceit, decadence and demons alike.
Missed Parts One and Two? Well, we have some links for that.
Looking for a good book? Look no further. We're very proud to present Molly Tanzer's Victorian fantasy novel Creatures of Will & Temper, which you can read the entirety of here. The only catch is that we'll be serialising the novel in three parts - the second instalment will be published next Thursday, June 7, and the third the Thursday after that - at which point you'll have a very good, complete and free book.
We are proud to present Part Two of our free serialisation of Molly Tanzer's excellent novel Creatures of Will & Temper, where two sisters learn that beneath Victorian England's veneer of absolute propriety lies deceit, decadence and demons alike.
Now, let Ms Tanzer guide you through her story's (very) exciting conclusion:
As we begin Part Three of Creatures of Will and Temper we find Evadne recovering from her long night of fighting demons and Dorina recovering from exertions of a more personal nature. But never fear, cherished reader - there are still many adventures, public and private, still to come!
Part Three of this novel contains, in no particular order: A dinner party ruined by extremely rude gate-crashers; expected and unexpected kissing; a utopian society based loosely on the Pre-Raphaelites; hard truths and harder bargains. The only thing Part Three lacks are further references to delicious almond pastries, if the author's memory holds true. What with the breakneck pace of the thrilling conclusion, there simply was no room to shove them in. (There is ice cream, though.)
[From CREATURES OF WILL & TEMPER by Molly Tanzer. Copyright © 2017 by Molly Tanzer. Reprinted by permission of Houghton Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.]
And now, a few final words from our author:
Was this ending a happy one? The author thinks so, but Evadne and Dorina Grey are highly opinionated young women. There are, as well, different types of happiness: Contentment, rapture, and yet more dramatic forms… "transports of delight" as Dorina has probably exclaimed.
The author believes we can all agree that this ending is not sad. Really, perhaps that is enough. We should all be so lucky as to live on a self-sustaining utopian commune full of aesthetes and intellectuals… or maybe not. It may be that someone in the sequel, Creatures of Want and Ruin, challenges that assumption, and fairly so. Regardless, that is another story for another day, cherished reader; for now, we must say adieu.