Kat Howard has already been called a “remarkable writer” by Neil Gaiman, and her “dark and enticing” (Publishers Weekly) debut novel, Roses and Rot, was beloved by critics and fans alike.
Now you can experience her collected shorter works, including two new stories. In these stories, equally as beguiling as her novels, Howard expands into the enchanted territory of myths and saints, as well as Arthurian legend, with a novella set upon a college campus, retelling the story of King Arthur through women’s eyes.
Captivating and engrossing and adorned in gorgeous prose, Kat Howard’s stories are a fresh and stylish take on fantasy.
A Cathedral of Myth and Boneに寄せられたリスナーの声
- Ms. N. J. Andrews
I Need The Actual Book
Rich, vivid, poignant and relatable.
There are some gorgeous pieces here that made me almost ache. So layered with so much depth. For me it was Kate Atkinson meets Margaret Atwood. I loved it and can't wait to read more from this author.
That being said, the narration was quite flat in comparison to the text. I'm also not sure this worked that well in audiobook format. Paragraphs and shifts in perspective were a bit run together, which was a shame.
BUT I loved it so much that I will buy the book. I feel like almost every story deserves closer reading, and some lines I want to learn by heart because they are so beautifully crafted.