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About the author:
Leah Cutter's first novel, "Paper Mage" (Roc, 2003), is set in China, during the T'ang dynasty, around 837 A.D. Her second novel, "Caves of Buda" (Roc, 2004), is set in Budapest, with many different time periods, including pre-Christian Hungarian mythology, Roman magic, World War II, and 1957, when the Russians came back to Hungary. Her third novel, "The Jaguar and the Wolf" (Roc, 2005), is set in the Yucatan peninsula, around 1000 A.D., and explores what would have happened if the Vikings had met the Mayans. Her short fiction includes fantasy, science fiction, and horror, and has primarily been published in anthologies.
Praise for "Paper Mage":
-"An enchanting novel, skillfully rooted in Chinese history and myth...mythical, unusual, and thoroughly convincing." -Terri Windling, Editor of "The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror"
-"A magical world as solid and believable as our own." -Cecilia Dart-Thorton
-"An exceptional tale by an exceptional writer...It doesn't get any better than this." Dennis L. McKiernan
The Caves of Buda
Leah R Cutter
Zita made some bad choices during college. Now, she has a stable job, a stable relationship, but she isn't happy. Plus, her grandfather, Laci, is showing signs of dementia, complaining that demons are attacking him. He insists he must return to Budapest because demons don't die: They must be killed.
When Laci runs away to Hungary, Zita must follow him, striking out on a new path that will completely change her life.
- Publication Date:
- 098477923X / 9780984779239
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Historical