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Glamour in Glass by Mary Robinette Kowal
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Feb 06, 2012

it was amazing

After reading "Shades of Milk and Honey" I really wanted to see what happened next. I liked Jane, and her personal thoughts, and looked forward to her further explorations of Glamour.

And I was not disappointed. Glamour in Glass is fun, even more so than the first book. We get to know Vincent so much beter, and experience history from a unique perspective.

The story begins only weeks after Jane and Vincent are married, and she is at a dinner party given by the Prince Regent, the very height of English society. She and Vincent have been working hard on the Glamour for the party, and are presented as Artists to the court.

That's when Jane discovers that she and her husband are going to be traveling in Europe now that Napoleon has been defeated. It is a surprise that she embraces fully. But there's more to the trip than any would think. No more spoilers, go read this wonderful book.
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