“[HOW RORY THORNE DESTROYED THE MULTIVERSE] delights from cover to cover. The political intrigue never fails to surprise, each character is layered and compelling, and there’s a perfect balance between science-fiction action and fairy-tale fantasy.”
“A delightful start to what promises to be a smart, unique series.”
“Exquisitely written with complex characters, sardonic wit, and immersive worldbuilding. Highly recommended for all readers.”
“HOW RORY THORNE DESTROYED THE MULTIVERSE not-so-stealthily overturns the patriarchal undercurrent of most fairy tales, which is a delight to read.”
"[This] book just flat-out charms you [...] Eason's heroine is a whirlwind, a one-woman battering ram whose tenacity is exciting and funny [...] I anticipate many more pages of Rory confounding expectations."
“Take a deep breath, close your eyes, and picture outer space plus fairy tales plus political intrigue plus magic. Whatever you’re thinking of, HOW RORY THORNE DESTROYED THE MULTIVERSE is all those things, but better.”
"This novel blends feminism with classic tropes, and the result is unique and engrossing."
“Fun and feminist, unique and stylish, with a heroine who’ll steal your heart. If fairy tales and space opera had a clever baby with a big vocabulary and a rebellious streak, this would be it.”
Delilah S. Dawson, New York Times-bestselling author of Galaxy’s Edge: Black Spire
“This is big, imaginative space opera at its best. Filled with complex characters and twisty politics, Rory Thorne is an awesome ride.”
Michael Mammay, author of Planetside
“Rory Thorne raises the bar for self-rescuing princesses everywhere. This clever fusion of unforgiving fairy tale and fanciful space opera destroyed me emotionally in all the best ways.”
Curtis C. Chen, author of Waypoint Kangaroo