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Grander Than the Sea (Marla Mason #1.5)

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Marla Mason, chief sorcerer of the coastal city of Felport, is called to the Blackwing Institute, a hospital for criminally insane magic-users. One of the patients tells her the world is going to end soon, when a great eldritch god rises from the ocean. Sure, there's a good chance the god is entirely imaginary... but that doesn't mean its cultists won't kill a lot of peopl ...more
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Published May 23rd 2011 by Tropism Press (first published May 17th 2011)
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Antonio Diaz
Una historia corta de tintes lovecraftianos que hila (levemente) el primer libro con el segundo, al presentar un par de personajes secundarios que aparecen en Poison Sleep.

Muy entretenida y totalmente en la línea de Marla Mason, pero al ser una historia corta no termina de cuajar y se me ha hecho un pelín predecible.

Ahora a seguir leyendo Poison Sleep.
A nice little vignette. Looking for a little window into Pratt's work, and drawn in by my enjoyment of Lovecraftian fiction, I took the plunge. A very nice tale about a young sorceress who's become Chief Sorcerer of the city of Felport. She now has to police all the magically able citizens of Felport. In this episode, she is called upon to help stop a madman from re-enacting his mass murder of a ship full of people from behind bars, well, metaphorically speaking.

The Blackwing Institute is an as
Yolanda Sfetsos
This short Marla Mason gem is set between Blood Engines and Poison Sleep. It features the sorcerer madhouse Blackwing Institute and the mysterious female doctor who runs it.

One of the patients wants to speak with Marla to warn her about the rise of an old god from the ocean he already tried to raise a century ago. Along the way she finds out a valuable thing or two, and hatches a brilliant plan to save her beloved Felport.

This was another great story! No one makes the end of the world quite as m
I picked up this short story for the Kindle. A good short story set in the world of Marla Mason.
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T.A. Pratt is the pseudonym of Tim Pratt, under which he penned the Marla Mason books.

I've crowdfunded seven projects (four through Kickstarter) successfully in the past few years, and I don't foresee any problems with this one, either. I write novels for a living, and this is a book I'm excited to do. It's always possible there will be bumps and delays on the production process, or an unforeseen
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Marla Mason (8 books)
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  • Broken Mirrors (Marla Mason, #5)
  • Grim Tides (Marla Mason, #6)
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Blood Engines (Marla Mason, #1) Poison Sleep (Marla Mason, #2) Dead Reign (Marla Mason, #3) Spell Games (Marla Mason, #4) Broken Mirrors (Marla Mason, #5)

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