The War of the Flowers: Excerpt

The War of the Flowers by Tad Williams

Prologue A single flower, a hellebore, stood in a vase of volcanic glass in the middle of the huge desk, glowing almost radioactively white in the pool of a small, artful spotlight. In other great houses the image of such … Continue reading

The War of the Flowers

The War of the Flowers by Tad Williams

“A big, involving adventure… an accomplished and ambitious fantasist.” —San Francisco Chronicle “A masterpiece of fairy-tale world-building, with a Faerie land that eerily mirrors the real world. The tone is often dark, but rich, building a wondrous setting in a … Continue reading