Prospero Regained by L. Jagi Lamplighter
(Prospero's Daughter)

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Prospero, the sorcerer on whose island of exile William Shakespeare set his play, The Tempest, has endured these past many centuries. His daughter Miranda runs the family business, Prospero, Inc. so smoothly that the vast majority of humanity has no idea that the Prosperos' magic has protected Earth from numerous disasters. But Prospero himself has been kidnapped by demons from Hell, and Miranda, aided by her siblings, has followed her father into Hell to save him from a certain doom at the hands of vengeful demons. Time is running out for Miranda, and for the great magician himself. Their battle against the most terrifying forces of the Pit is a great fantasy adventure.



 

About L. Jagi Lamplighter

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L. JAGI LAMPLIGHTER is the author of Prospero Lost and Prospero in Hell. Her story, "Plunder and Souls: The Rescue of Mr. Spaghetti," which featured the faerie-detective Mab from Prospero Regained, was a highlight of the recent Epple Award Best Anthology winner Bad Ass Faeries Two: Just Plain Bad. She lives in Virginia.
 
Published September 13, 2011 by Tor Books. 480 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The novel continues the author’s updated spin on characters from William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, with Miranda as CEO of Prospero, Inc., a magical corporation that protects the world from natural and man-made disasters.

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In the final installment of a trilogy (Prospero in Hell, 2010, etc.), the centuries-old children of The Tempest magician Prospero undergo a literally harrowing voyage across Hell.

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Lamplighter wraps up her Prospero's Daughter trilogy (after 2010's Prospero in Hell) with a satisfyingly epic combination of mythology, theology, and Shakespeare. Prospero's children, estranged and sc

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The author jam-packs the novel with so many references to characters, creatures, monsters, gods, goddess, heroes, and demons it can be difficult to keep track of them all, but reading her novels is a richly rewarding experience.

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Last Wednesday, some 80 people came to Nicola's Books, Ann Arbor, Mich., for one of the events at bookstores around the country sponsored by Granta magazine, whose current issue focuses on 9/11.

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