Novels & Collections

Still So Strange (Chizine Press, 2017)

Dreams of Shreds & Tatters (Solaris, 2015)
  • Available on audiobook from Recorded Books

The Necromancer Chronicles (Orbit)
  • The Drowning City - 2009
    Shortlisted for the 2009 David Gemmell Morningstar award.
    French translation (La Cité des eaux) available from Orbit France.
  • The Bone Palace - 2010
    Shortlisted for the 2010 James Tiptree, Jr. Award.
    Nominated for the 2011 Spectrum Award for Best Novel
  • Kingdoms of Dust - 2012


How many books in each series?

Right now Dreams stands entirely alone, though I certainly plan to write more in that setting. There are only three Necromancer Chronicles, but I expect Isyllt and friends will have more misadventures someday. I have, however, returned to that world with The Poison Court, which continues the Erisin Intrigues begun in The Bone Palace. My short story/novelette "Bone Garden" is also set in Erisin.

Reading order?

The Drowning City and The Bone Palace each stand alone. Kingdoms, however, will make more sense for having read both of them.