Anyway- looking forward to this novel! Devils and psychopomps ahoy!
So, I really dug Kevin A Murphy's alchemist-in-Galt stories. Like, a ton.
Smart, packed full of erudition, beautiful prose, and characters that I actually got sad about. But the stories also had some great 'pulp' action, deft twists and turns.
So- I would like at least one whole Pathfinder novel by him, please.
I also liked all of the clever poems Mr. Murphy did for y'all, back in the day!
Have we had a novel with a bard main character yet?
Lovin' me some Benjamin Bruck so far-
also, Matthew McGee -for turning a monster I could neither picture nor fathom into something comprehensible, yet satisfactorily other
I also like Alexander MacLeod's chymick
Will go re-read carefully to see who gets my final votes- though FOR SURE B. Bruck gets one...
...then my votes would certainly go to the following:
Alex Shideler — Crystal Chalice of Dawnflower Dew
with these folks as very close Runners-Up:
Eric Hindley — Hourglass of the Insightful Conjurer
and Honorable Mentions to: