The Indigo Pheasant

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ChiZine Publications, 2012 - Fiction - 349 pages
4 Reviews

London 1817.

Maggie Collins, born into slavery in Maryland, whose mathematical genius and strength of mind can match those of a goddess, must build the world's most powerful and sophisticated machine--to free the lost land of Yount from the fallen angel Strix Tender Wurm. Sally, of themerchant house McDoon, who displayed her own powers in challenging the Wurm and finding Yount in The Choir Boats, must choose either to help Maggie or to hinder her.Together--or not--Maggie and Sally drive to conclusion the story started in The Choir Boats--a story of blood-soaked song, family secrets, sins new and old in search of expiation, forbidden love, high policy and acts of state, financial ruin, betrayals intimate and grand, sorcery fromthe origins of time, and battle in the streets of London and on the arcane seas of Yount.

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Daniel a. Rabuzzi concludes (or does he?) the story of Yount in The Indigo Pheasant. Overall this is a well-crafted, highly intelligent tale, drawing upon Biblical and literary sources (so many ... Read full review

Review: The Indigo Pheasant (Longing for Yount #2)

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The Indigo Pheasant is the second book in the Longing For Yount sequence by Daniel Rabuzzi (published by ChiZine Publications). The story picks up a short time after where The Choir Boats – reviewed ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Daniel A. Rabuzzi studied folklore and mythology in college and graduate school and keeps one foot firmly in the Other Realm. CZP published his first novel, The Choir Boats, in 2009, and in 2012 will publish the sequel, The Indigo Pheasant. His short fiction and poetry have appeared in Sybil's Garage, Shimmer, ChiZine, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, Abyss & Apex, Goblin Fruit, Mannequin Envy, Bull Spec, Kaleidotrope, and Scheherezade's Bequest. He has presented at Arisia, Readercon, Lunacon, and the Toronto Speculative Fiction Colloquium. He has also had twenty scholarly and professional articles published on subjectsranging from fairytale to finance. A former banker, Daniel earned his doctorate in 18th-century history, with a focus on family, gender and commerce in northern Europe. He isnow an executive at a national workforce development organization in New York City, where he lives with his wife and soulmate, the artist Deborah A. Mills, along with the requisite two cats.

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