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The Cold War rages in the back rooms and dark alleys of 1970s Prague as spies and sorcerers cross murky lines to do battle for home and country. The fate of the East and the West hangs in the balance right along the Iron Curtain—and crackling beneath the surface of it all is a vein of magic, raw and waiting to be tapped.
Written by: Lindsay Smith, Max Gladstone, Cassandra Rose Clarke, Ian Tregillis, Michael Swanwick (Guest Author)Buy The Witch Who Came In From the Cold now on Serialbox
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Written serially by five acclaimed authors, The Witch Who Came in From the Cold crackles with magic on every page.
We are excited to share that all 13 episodes of Season 2 of our magical thriller are now available in collected editions from the retailer of your choice.
We survived! ....Well...some of us did at least...
The ritual begins. A Host rises up.
Three swords of Damocles have finally, finally dropped, and oh, the carnage is going to be glorious.
Frank is held captive. Tanya and Josh pick sides. The Flame get ready.
I loved writing Frank's sections of this episode. He has such a different voice from the younger characters: richer with history, bare of self-doubt. He might have been out of the field for a long time, but he remembers the swing of it: the prickling of danger, the thrill of the hunt. (His canine costar doesn't hurt, either!)
Frank and Sasha come face to face. Gabe is held on suspicion of murder.
Last season I wrote the penultimate episode, and it was fun this time around to kick off the final third of the book, rather than laying out the pieces for the big finale. Never before had I felt so George R. R. Martin-y!