The Glass Galago

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  • Title: The Glass Galago
  • Author: A.M. Dellamonica RichardAnderson
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  • Page: 411
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The Glass Galago

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About “A.M. Dellamonica RichardAnderson

  • A.M. Dellamonica RichardAnderson

    I live in Toronto, Ontario and make my living writing science fiction and fantasy I also review books and teach writing online at UCLA I m a legally married lesbian and in my spare time I take pictures with Toronto Photo My wife s name is Kelly and we have two cats, Lorenzo and Chinchilla, born in spring of 2014.



373 thoughts on “The Glass Galago

  • Short story set in the world of Child of a Hidden Sea, which I really enjoyed.Apparently there have been a couple of other stories before this one dealing with the duo of the magically forgettable Gale Feliachild and the ridiculously attractive Captain Parrish I probably should ve read those first, even though this is a stand alone episode.Here, the two encounter a problem a woman s life is threatened by the theft of the spell that s affecting her But soon, suspicions arise that this is not the [...]


  • 3.5 starsThis novelette set in the author s Stormwrack fantasy world concerns the political maneuverings surrounding a woman and a small creature who have been magically turned to glass.The Glass Galago gives enough background on the characters and the world to make the story work as a stand alone, but it probably works better if you have read the previous tales featuring Parrish and Gale A little too hurried in its pacing, but enjoyable nonetheless.


  • Yeah, Dellamonica Interesting bits of magic people turned into glass for medical purposes, but what happens when we lose the ability to turn them back As always, the language was beautiful, but I had a hard time following what was happening A better sense of place would have been nice.


  • Some time ago, I read the novella Among the Silvering Herd by A.M Dellamonica, but found the story a bit thin and the characters hard to engage with.The Glass Galago is another novella set in the same world of Stormwrack with the same crew of the Nightjar, but the characters just clicked for me this time especially the interactions between Gale and Captain Parrish.I ve warmed to this world of magic patents and island nations I am eager to move onto the Hidden Sea Tales books now.


  • I tend to avoid prequels if I haven t read the series before, but I am glad I did read this one The characters are interesting, and the plot is entertaining.This is the story of Gale Feliachild and Captain Parrish They are called back to the fleet to handle an issue involving a law regulating new patents and a missing magical inscription They soon find themselves embroiled in a plot that is could potentially pit island against island Now, they must discover the mystery of the glass galago before [...]


  • This was really nice The plot felt a bit compressed always a risk with short fiction but the characters were intriguing and the worldbuilding phenomenally interesting A city made up of a fleet of ships Magic that turns living creatures into glass, regulated by the patent office Cool The Hidden Sea books had been vaguely on my radar prior to this, but now I ll definitely read them.


  • Wonderful world, really vivid descriptions and unique ideas This story hooked me into tracking down her others and I plan to read the books as well Main fault in her writing is that things can get overly complicated, I ve had to go back and figure out who said what and why it was a big deal, sometimes the magic system isn t explained clearly enough etc But seriously, a country built on ships that keeps peace among island nations that all have unique and bizarre cultures, it s a bit like a fantas [...]


  • Ytterliggare en novell fr n tor Denna g ngen verkar det vara en ber ttelse i samband med en roman Havet tilltalar mig och karakt rens egenskap av anonymitet Roligt att se en karakt r interagera med sin omgivning som inte verkar ta n gon notis om.F rsta romanen i serien verkar bygga p en m nniska fr n v r v rld till en annan v rld, vilket l ter intressant.


  • It took a bit for me to get into the flow of the writing because this was my first book in the series, but the story seemed original and I loved the characters If the other books are as good as this one, I will devour them super quickly.


  • The world it s set in seem intriguing, however the way it was written took some getting used to in order to figure out who was talking.



  • Slightly confused because I thought the mystery that gets resolved in this book actually happened got resolved in one of the two full length novels in this series.


  • I read the first two books of this series and the other short stories from tor set in the same world, and I just can t get enough It s so incredibly satisfying, and I can t wait for .



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