- StandaloneThe Ruthless Lady’s Guide to WizardryC. M. Waggoner
- StandaloneUnnatural MagicC. M. Waggoner
The Ruthless Lady’s Guide to Wizardry
"Waggoner makes a delightful return to the vibrant, Victorian England–inspired world of Unnatural Magic for a rollicking standalone fantasy featuring a scrappy but endearing heroine[...]With this winning ensemble adventure, Waggoner again proves her skill at crafting immersive, historically flavored fantasy."
“Waggoner’s delightfully playful debut offers a fresh take on traditional fantasy tropes to explore themes of love and sacrifice[…]the whimsy, mystery, and vibrant characters are sure to enchant readers.”
“The most unique, haunting, magical, treacherous, romantic, combative novel I’ve read in a long time. Action, betrayal, peoples at war, strange magic and stranger love–a whole new take on fantasy!"
Tamora Pierce, #1 New York Times bestselling author
“Unnatural Magic is peopled with unforgettable characters, whose changing relationships form the beating heart of this fast-paced, beautifully written story. Within the compelling tale lie some big themes—power, magic, gender and sexuality among them—and the author weaves them in skilfully, with just the right combination of compassion, insight and humour. This one goes straight onto my Keepers shelf.”
Juliet Marillier, Author of The Harp of Kings
“What a marvelous debut! I want to climb inside C.M. Waggoner’s world of powerful trolls, cheeky wizards, and mathematical magic and make myself at home. She seamlessly weaves politics, love, and magic into a novel that challenges everything we know about fantasy—and comes out victorious.”
Chloe Neill, New York Times bestselling author
“I didn’t think you could fit so many things I loved into one book–tough-talking lady-trolls and cowardly captains, true love and found families, Holmesian hijinks and gender politics–but C.M. Waggoner made it look easy. Unnatural Magic is a raucous, indulgent delight.”
Alix E. Harrow, Hugo Award-winning author of The Ten Thousand Doors of January