In a Russian-inspired fascist state, the storms that enable new magical imbuements are returning decades early. The State controls all mages, except…
Celka Prochazka — a young woman resistance fighter and circus high-wire walker, who is hiding a treasonous secret.
Gerrit Kladivo — a young man trained as a mage by the State, who refuses to let the secret police dictate his every imbuement.
Both must learn to control their magic and untangle truth from propaganda to save their country from its brutal regime.
In bookstores April 7.
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A sweeping epic of romance, revolution, elegant strangeness, and elemental magic.— Jason Heller
Tense, timely, and crackling with urgent energy. I guarantee that by the end of the book, you will be looking for your own resistance to join… or to start.Premee Mohamed
For fans of Brent Weeks’ Lightbringer series and Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows, this stunning fantasy debut combines rich, Russian-inspired worldbuilding, a complex magic system, and passionate characters in a multilayered tale of personal discovery and political awakening.
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In Weave the Lightning, doing magic leaves you storm-scarred. In real life, lightning can create Lichtenberg Figures on people and objects.
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