Hell and Earth by Elizabeth Bear
A Novel of the Promethean Age

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From the “talented” (Entertainment Weekly) award-winning author of Whiskey and Water and Blood and Iron.

Kit Marley and William Shakespeare are playwrights in the service of Queen Elizabeth, employed by the Prometheus Club. Their words, infused with magic, empower Her MajestyÂ’s rule. But some of the Prometheans, comprised of EnglandÂ’s most influential men and mages, conspire to usurp the Queen.

Able to walk in both worlds, Kit seeks allies to aid him in his mission to protect Elizabeth—only to encounter enemies, mortal and monster, who will stop at nothing to usher in a new age. But despite the might of his adversaries, Kit possesses more power than even he can possibly imagine.

About Elizabeth Bear

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Elizabeth Bear is an award-winning author of several novels and short stories.
Published August 5, 2008 by Roc Trade. 419 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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