Things in Jars

This spellbinding alternate version of Victorian London is both recognizable and like getting lost in some mist-shrouded parallel world only spoken of in myths.

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Review of ‘Things in Jars’

Fiction that transports us back to another time can, at its best, make us feel at home in an era into which we’ve never set foot. Unless, of course, the author doesn’t want us to feel at home. In the realm of great fantasy fiction set in a past we think we know, it’s often…

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