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Jo Graham

Autor(a) de Black Ships

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About the Author

Jo Graham has practiced in Pagan and Hermetic traditions for more than thirty years, including leading an eclectic circle for nearly a decade. She has studied the classical world extensively and today mainly works in traditions based on the Hellenistic Cult of Isis. Jo lives with her family in mostrar mais North Carolina. She is the author of twenty-five books. mostrar menos

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Obras de Jo Graham

Black Ships (2008) 701 cópias, 86 resenhas
Hand of Isis (2009) 324 cópias, 36 resenhas
Stealing Fire (2010) 137 cópias, 25 resenhas
Homecoming (2010) 124 cópias, 2 resenhas
The Lost (2011) 89 cópias, 1 resenha
Lost Things (2012) 76 cópias, 5 resenhas
Death Game (2010) 69 cópias, 2 resenhas
The Furies (2012) 53 cópias, 1 resenha
Secrets (2012) 49 cópias, 1 resenha
The Inheritors (2013) 42 cópias, 1 resenha
The Emperor's Agent (2013) 41 cópias, 1 resenha
The General's Mistress (2012) 39 cópias, 2 resenhas
Steel Blues (2013) 38 cópias
The Ravens of Falkenau & Other Stories (2011) 33 cópias, 2 resenhas
Third Path (2020) 30 cópias
Unascended (2020) 30 cópias
The Marshal's Lover (2017) 24 cópias
Moebius Squared (2012) 23 cópias, 1 resenha
Silver Bullet (2014) 22 cópias
Oath Bound (2015) — Autor — 20 cópias, 1 resenha
Cythera (2013) 20 cópias, 1 resenha
Far Horizons (2014) 19 cópias, 1 resenha
Winter (2020) 11 cópias
The great wheel (2020) 7 cópias
Country Gentlemen [1936 film] (1936) — Writer — 1 exemplar(es)


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This retelling of the Aeneid follows a young priestess of the Lady of the Death from the Pylos, where her Trojan mother had been enslaved, to a voyage on the Mediterranean while Aeneas and the others who remain seek a new place for themselves.
mari_reads | outras 85 resenhas | May 10, 2024 |
Back in the 1990s, there was a time when I considered Melissa Scott appointment reading, when she was writing space fiction with a filigree of cyberpunk. Situations change though and Scott fell out of my reading rotation, mostly because I don't read tie-in novels and Scott's idea of fantasy didn't appeal to me.

Flash forward 30 or so years, and one day I was wondering what Scott has been up to, in part when thinking about a constellation of female writers from the 1990s who are either out of circulation, or are no longer with us, and discovered "The Order of the Air." My thought being this should be right up my alley.

Unfortunately, the execution did not match my hopes. The high concept is cool. The prose is better than workmanlike. The characters are at least acceptable. The big problem is that this story has all the narrative snap of a wet noodle. I plowed through it but the overall execution doesn't make me want to rush right out and hunt down the rest of the series. To put it another way, all the components were there for a thriller, or a story of gothic atmosphere, but Mmes Scott & Graham just didn't seem to have that sort of novel in them, and that's unfortunate. Silvia Moreno-Garcia would have had a field day with this material.

My final thought is that narrative drive might always have been a problem with Scott's novels, even in her prime writing for Tor, and that's why I don't remember those novels better.
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Shrike58 | outras 4 resenhas | Mar 31, 2024 |
Lydias of Miletus, formerly a slave's son and horse groom, sneaked out to join Alexander's army after Hephaistion bought a horse from Lydias's former master. Now Alexander is dead, the successors are warring over regency while Roxane's son is an infant, and Ptolemy sets Lydias to divert Alexander's hearse for Egypt. Reading this right after Philip and Alexander made for a nice contrast in terms of telling stories and evoking myths, and while featuring the succession wars, focused on building Alexandria and finding a way to live outside Alexander's adventures.… (mais)
queen_ypolita | outras 24 resenhas | Nov 10, 2023 |
Cathery | outras 85 resenhas | Jul 15, 2023 |



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