Book Mail – The Mortal Word by Genevieve Cogman

More book mail to occupy my weekend!

Thanks to Berkley Pub for the free advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.

THE MORTAL WORD – Genevieve Cogman (Releasing November 27th, 2018)

This is book five in The Invisible Library series.

Want to win a copy? How about the whole series?

From now until the 23rd – the publisher is hosting a giveaway to win ALL 5 BOOKS in the series! You can enter the giveaway here! You’ll receive the books pictured above 🙂

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Here’s the synopsis:

In the latest novel in Genevieve Cogman’s historical fantasy series, the fate of worlds lies in the balance. When a dragon is murdered at a peace conference, time-travelling Librarian spy Irene must solve the case to keep the balance between order, chaos . . . and the Library.

When Irene returns to London after a relatively straightforward book theft in Vienna, Bradamant informs her that there is a top secret dragon-Fae peace conference in progress that the Library is mediating, but that the second-in-command dragon has been stabbed to death. Tasked with solving the case, Vale and Irene immediately go to 1890s Paris.

Once they arrive, it seems that the murder victim had uncovered evidence suggesting that he may have found proof of treachery by one or more Librarians. But to ensure the peace of the conference, some Librarians are already hostages in the dragon and Fae courts. To save the captives, including her parents, Irene must get to the bottom of this murder—but was it dragon, Fae, or even a Librarian who committed the crime?

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