Three DEAD good stories...
After enjoying Books and Bone by Victoria Corva, extend your stay in Tombtown with this bundle of
The Toothday Festival is fast approaching and with it a new kind of challenge for Usther: first love. But love between rival necromancers can be dangerous.
The Toothday festival is approaching, and Usther has finally caught Symphona, the girl of her dreams. She's everything Usther could want: beautiful, powerful, cruel – the whole package. But constantly being on guard for betrayal is putting a strain on their relationship, as is Symphona's jealousy of Usther's only real friend.
And then there's the matter of the mean little cat Usther can't bring herself to kill...
On this, the unholiest day of the year, Usther will have to choose what kind of necromancer she really wants to be.
This novelette takes place after Books & Bone and contains spoilers for it.
Gretel's parents are worried about her. Ever since her grandmother died, she's been all alone. And besides, she has … strange interests.
But they needn't worry about her.
With her trusty cat Brush at her side and her grandmother's magic singing in her veins, Gretel is determined to go out and make a friend.
A Tombtown short story.
Veritas is special. He's a visionary, a necromancer-on-the-rise with scientific principals. But his latest experiment is failing, and he'll need more help than his scuttling skull minion can provide.
Perhaps the travelling tinker passing through town will prove useful - he can always use another pair of hands, after all...
A Tombtown short story that takes place after Books and Bone.
The family business is raising the dead; Ree has other ambitions. She's going to resurrect the ancient magic of shapeshifting, but might doom her necromantic hometown in the process.
All the Extras normally included with the Books and Bone Special Edition ebook by Victoria Corva.
The Fermi is the Earth's first and last faster-than-light spaceship. The last, because it turns out its engine vaporises entire star systems in its wake. And nobody knows how to turn it off.
A teenager, recovering from a massive epileptic seizure, attempts to unravel the disappearance of his twin sister, while fact, legend, memory and epilepsy tamper with his reality.
In the near-future US the struggle for survival pushes citizens to breaking point as relationships fracture along lines of class and race.
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