Bone Weaver by Aden Polydoros book cover




Bone Weaver

Aden Polydoros draws from Russian history, Slavic folklore and Jewish culture to craft a fantasy that contrasts loneliness and family, divinity and heresy.

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Review of ‘Bone Weaver’

Toma hasn't seen another living person in years, but her life in the sparsely populated outskirts of the Kosa Empire is not entirely lonely. Adopted by a family of upyri—human corpses reanimated by naturally occurring magic—she's carved out a measure of happiness in the company of her undead sister, Galina, and their…

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