Oracle Bones (Bookburners Season 3 Episode 6)

Oracle Bones (Bookburners Season 3 Episode 6)

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Oracle Bones (Bookburners Season 3 Episode 6) by Max Gladstone, Margaret Dunlap, Brian Francis Slattery, Andrea Phillips

This is the 6th episode in the third season of Bookburners, a 13-episode serial from Serial Box Publishing. This episode written by Max Gladstone.

Magic is real . . . and hungry.

Grace and Menchú have been called to China to help investigate a source of magic deep in the ground. But Grace hasn't been summoned for her strength-she's been summoned for her memories. As they try to prevent Tom, Liam's old friend from the Network, from gaining the secrets of this place, they all must contend with booby traps laid decades ago, and confront the fact that they might not get out alive.

Things have changed for the Vatican's magic-fighting Team Three: their forces are depleted, and internal rifts are coming close to tearing this close-knit group apart. But some things never change. Magic still threatens to overwhelm our world, and when a startling appearance from Menchú's past reveals new dimensions to this danger, the team will have to reassess their loyalties-to their jobs, their beliefs, and even to each other.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781682101698
Publisher: Serial Box Publishing LLC
Publication date: 08/23/2017
Series: Bookburners Season 3 , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 660 KB

About the Author

Max Gladstone has been thrown from a horse in Mongolia, drank almond milk with monks on Wudang Shan, and wrecked a bicycle in Angkor Wat. Max is also the author of the Craft Sequence of books about undead gods and skeletal law wizards-Full Fathom Five, Three Parts Dead, Two Serpents Rise, and Last First Snow. Max fools everyone by actually writing novels in the coffee shops of Davis Square in Somerville, MA. His dreams are much nicer than you'd expect. He tweets as @maxgladstone.
Before joining the Bookburners, Margaret Dunlap wrote for ABC Family's cult-hit The Middleman in addition to working on SyFy's Eureka. Most recently, she was a writer and co-executive producer of the Emmy-winning transmedia series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, and co-created its sequel Welcome to Sanditon. Her short fiction has previously appeared in Shimmer Magazine. Margaret lives in Los Angeles where she taunts the rest of the team with local weather reports and waits for the earthquake that will finally turn Burbank into oceanfront property. She tweets as @spyscribe.
Brian Francis Slattery is the author of Spaceman Blues, Liberation, Lost Everything, and The Family Hightower. Lost Everything won the Philip K. Dick Award in 2012. He's the arts and culture editor for the New Haven Independent, an editor for the New Haven Review, and a freelance editor for a few not-so-secret public policy think tanks. He also plays music constantly with a few different groups in a bunch of different genres. He has settled with his family just outside of New Haven and admits that elevation above sea level was one of the factors he took into account. For one week out of every year, he enjoys living completely without electricity.
Andrea Phillips is an award-winning transmedia writer, game designer and author. Her debut novel is Revision, an SF thriller about a wiki where your edits come true. She has also worked on iOS fitness games Zombies, Run! and The Walk; The Maester's Path for HBO's Game of Thrones; human rights game America 2049; and the independent commercial ARG Perplex City. Her nonfiction book A Creator's Guide to Transmedia Storytelling is used to teach digital storytelling at universities around the world. You can find Andrea at andreaphillips.com, or on Twitter at @andrhia.
Mur Lafferty is the author of The Shambling Guides series from Orbit, including The Shambling Guide to New York City and Ghost Train to New Orleans. She has been a podcaster for over 10 years, running award-winning shows such as I Should Be Writing and novellas published via podcast. She has written for RPGs, video games, and short animation. She lives in Durham, NC where she attends Durham Bulls baseball games and regularly pets two dogs. Her family regrets her Dragon Age addiction and wishes for her to get help. She tweets as @mightymur.

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