City of Saints and Madmen

Author: Jeff VanderMeer

Once upon a time, on the banks of the River Moth, a city sprang up like no other in or out of history. Founded on the blood of the original inhabitants after the defeat of the stealthy grey caps, and steeped for centuries in the aftermath of that struggle, Ambergris has become a cruelly beautiful metropolis — a haven for artists and thieves, for composers and murderers. F….Read More

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