FALL, SACRED APPLE
For the first time in twenty-four years, a child is born at the Abbey of Sacred Apples.
Corbha, formerly the youngest laysister, prays her spirit-siblings will now acknowledge her adulthood. When they choose her to bring the newborn’s caul to the Abbot, Corbha rejoices in her answered prayer.
It’s only after receiving a new sacred task—one which endangers the lives of everyone at the Abbey—that Corbha begins to worry her blessing may have been a curse.
Emory Glass brings a unique style to dark fantasy that is distinctly memorable. From gothic strangeness and creeping horror Glass weaves stories about hope and humanity that will stick with me long after I have put them down.
Emory's stories are enriched by a vast world. Her attention to detail guides readers through a puzzle of clues that leaves them with a deeper understanding of the story.
Great worldbuilding, excellent characters, and gorgeous prose lend a hand in telling a deliciously dark story of ambition, duty, and betrayal across a brilliantly realized geopolitical landscape. If you're not keeping your eyes on Emory Glass, you’re looking the wrong way.
THIRTY-THREE TALES OF WAR
Civil war rages in the black-blooded nation of Kandrisev. Its citizens demand their voices be heard. These are their stories, laid out in thirty-three tales of war.