Home Tanith Lee Saint Fire (Secret Books of Venus Series). In this parallel Italy, some names are spelled phonetically
Home Tanith Lee Saint Fire (Secret Books of Venus Series). In this parallel Italy, some names are spelled phonetically. But an e at the end of a name is always sounded, (as ay to rhyme with da.
Authors: Tanith Lee. Categories: Fiction. Jurneia pressed her carmine tiger face against the looking-glass of Venus and was reflected there. The ravenous infidel. Under federal law, if you knowingly misrepresent that online material is infringing, you may be subject to criminal prosecution for perjury and civil penalties, including monetary damages, court costs, and attorneys’ fees. We check all files by special algorithm to prevent their re-upload.
Following Faces Under Water, Tanith Lee’s alchemical thriller series continues with a Joan of Arc–inspired novel set in an alternate medieval Venice. In Saint Fire, the second volume in the Secret Books of Venus series, Volpa is a strangely beautiful servant girl who glows with an inhuman inner flame. When her master, an abusive wood seller, is mysteriously incinerated, Volpa discovers her power of fire. Her gift is noticed by the Church leaders, who see her as a mighty weapon in their holy wars. This gripping fantasy of a mysteriously gifted Joan of Arc is stunning from beginning to end.
This fantasy murder mystery, Faces Under Water, is Book I of the Secret Books of Venus, but its plot is self-contained and complete
This fantasy murder mystery, Faces Under Water, is Book I of the Secret Books of Venus, but its plot is self-contained and complete. This is no fat fantasy; rather, it is a properly proportioned novel of somewhat more than 200 pages, a length that displays Tanith Lee's considerable gift at its finest. From Publishers Weekly. Lee (the Paradys series, et. throws more jeweled prose at the city of Venice than almost any writer since George Sand
Faces Under Water book. I will have to reread the series more carefully, but honestly couldn't wait to start Saint Fire. The writing is lyrical dark and nuanced
Faces Under Water book. This is the first book I have read by Tanith Lee, and I am generally delighted. The writing is lyrical dark and nuanced. Very happy to see she has written many books.
View all Secret Books of Venus I and II: Faces Under Water; Saint Fire pictures. Manufacturer: SFBC Science Fiction Release date: 1 November 1999 ISBN-10 : 073940699X ISBN-13: 9780739406991. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.
it's not unusual for some poor wretch to wind up drowned or murdered after a night of drunken revelry
it's not unusual for some poor wretch to wind up drowned or murdered after a night of drunken revelry. Furian Furiano makes his living hunting the canals for these corpses, bringing them to an alchemist friend for his questionable cures and experiments and is plunged into a bizarre tangle of love, obsession and evil.
Tanith Lee's 1971 debut was the children's book The Dragon Hoard; her first adult book was The Birthgrave in 1975. The Secret Books of Venus I & II (1999). Lee's prolific output spans a host of different genres, including adult fantasy, children's fantasy, science fiction, horror, Gothic horror, Gothic romance, and historical fiction. Her series of interconnected tales called The Flat-Earth Cycle, beginning with Night's Master and Death's Master, is similar in scope and breadth to Jack Vance's The Dying Earth.
Following Faces Under Water, Tanith Lee’s alchemical thriller series continues with a Joan of Arc–inspired novel set in an. .