Fables & Reflections

Author: Neil Gaiman

Lady Johanna Constantine, spy and adventuress, on the run through the streets of Paris during the bloody days of the French Revolution. Joshua Norton, self-styled Emperor of the United States, a pawn in a game grander than he could imagine. These are just two in a collection of nine short stories…..Read More

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