Harrow the Ninth (The Locked Tomb, #2)
Harrow the Ninth, the sequel to the sensational Gideon the Ninth, turns a galaxy inside out as one necromancer struggles to survive the wreckage of herself aboard the Emperor's haunted space station.“Lesbian necromancers explore a haunted gothic palace in space! Decadent nobles vie to serve the deathless emperor! Skeletons!” —Charles Stross on Gideon the Ninth “Unlike anything I've ever read.” —V.E. Schwab on Gideon the Ninth“Warm and cold; goofy and gleaming; campy and epic; a profane Daria in space.” —Robin Sloan on Gideon the NinthShe answered the Emperor's call.She arrived with her arts, her wits, and her only friend.In victory, her world has turned to ash.After rocking the cosmos with her deathly debut, Tamsyn Muir continues the story of the penumbral Ninth House in Harrow the Ninth, a mind-twisting puzzle box of mystery, murder, magic, and mayhem. Nothing is as it seems in the halls of the Emperor, and the fate of the galaxy rests on one woman's shoulders.Harrowhark Nonagesimus, last necromancer of the Ninth House, has been drafted by her Emperor to fight an unwinnable war. Side-by-side with a detested rival, Harrow must perfect her skills and become an angel of undeath — but her health is failing, her sword makes her nauseous, and even her mind is threatening to betray her.Sealed in the gothic gloom of the Emperor's Mithraeum with three unfriendly teachers, hunted by the mad ghost of a murdered planet, Harrow must confront two unwelcome questions: is somebody trying to kill her? And if they succeeded, would the universe be better off?BOOK 1: Gideon the NinthBOOK 2: Harrow the NinthBOOK 3: Alecto the Ninth

Harrow the Ninth (The Locked Tomb, #2) Details

TitleHarrow the Ninth (The Locked Tomb, #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 2nd, 2020
PublisherTor.com
ISBN-139781250313225
Rating
GenreFantasy, Science Fiction, Adult

Harrow the Ninth (The Locked Tomb, #2) Review

  • Melanie
    January 1, 1970
    1.) Gideon the Ninth ★★★★★The scream that left my body...Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch
  • Nomadic Reader (Baba Yaga)
    January 1, 1970
    I am now officially married to that cover. Also, "the necromancers are back and they're gayer than ever" has got to be the best tagline in the history of modern literature. Thank you, Tor.com marketing person.----------- "See you on the flip side, sugarlips." Whose bones do I have to sacrifice to get my hands on this right now? What undead monster do I need to conjure up to have Tamsyn Muir stop hurting Harrow? (Because we all know Harrow is going to get hurt in this one)Tamsyn please I just wan I am now officially married to that cover. Also, "the necromancers are back and they're gayer than ever" has got to be the best tagline in the history of modern literature. Thank you, Tor.com marketing person.----------- "See you on the flip side, sugarlips." Whose bones do I have to sacrifice to get my hands on this right now? What undead monster do I need to conjure up to have Tamsyn Muir stop hurting Harrow? (Because we all know Harrow is going to get hurt in this one)Tamsyn please I just wanna see my necro babies happy and safe
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  • sofia (sam willows)
    January 1, 1970
    i know the first one isn't even out yet but i need this NOW
  • Megan ❀
    January 1, 1970
    Can Harrow raise me from the dead because I'm actually deceased over how gorgeous this cover is
  • Izzy
    January 1, 1970
    god if there’s ever a meager chance you’re real and Out There i’m begging you LET ME HAVE THIS BOOK NOW
  • Zoe
    January 1, 1970
    Me: *Hasn't read Gideon* Me: *Would die for the cover, Tamsyn Muir and the cover artist*
  • Stuart Nager
    January 1, 1970
    Just read an excerpt from the prologue. Wow. Pure wow. Someone took her gloves off to craft this. I'll come back to this once the book is published and in my hands. Wow.
  • unknown
    January 1, 1970
    I have questions. One of them being, how the (view spoiler)[fuck (hide spoiler)] did Tamsyn Muir write an even better book than Gideon the Ninth?
  • Carl Taylor
    January 1, 1970
    Love it one of the best books I've read
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