The Unnaturalists

Tiffany Trent (Author)

Product Details

Gallery / Saga Press
Publish Date
June 28, 2016
4.2 X 7.1 X 0.9 inches | 0.3 pounds
Mass Market Paperbound

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About the Author

Tiffany Trent is the author of The Tinker King and The Unnaturalists, which won a Green Earth Book Honor. She is also the author of the Hallowmere series and the recipient of a Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators Work-in-Progress Grant. Her short stories have appeared in Magic in the Mirrorstone, Corsets and Clockwork, Willful Impropriety, and Subterranean magazine. She lives with her family in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Visit her at


"By St. Darwin and his Great Apes, The Unnaturalists is unnaturally good! Few authors can mix science and fantasy the way Tiffany can; her science-worshiping New London is perfectly original and perfectly realized, and Vespa Nyx is a heroine to cheer for. So much steampunk is just more of the same; The Unnaturalists is captivatingly different."--Ysabeau Wilce, Andre Norton Award-winning author of Flora's Dare
Fast-paced, heart-wrenching, magical and fascinating.--Tamora Pierce, author of The Song of the Lioness quartet
Utterly ingenious! Tiffany Trent has more fine invention at her fingertips than a roomful of magical Leonardos!--Ellen Kushner, World Fantasy Award-winning author
Thrilling, intricate and magical, The Unnaturalists is a formidable entry into the steampunk genre. Vespa Nyx is a spunky heroine we can all root for, and Tiffany Trent's worldbuilding skills are unmatched. This book will delight anyone who loves magic, gadgets and brilliantly drawn settings. I highly recommend it.--Caitlin Kittredge, author of The Iron Thorn
Thoroughly magical...leaves readers wanting more.--Caitlin Kittredge, author of The Iron Thorn "Kirkus Reviews"
Science, magic, myth, and alternate history all work together to create an intriguing alternate world with more depth than many books in the genre. This is a world worth visiting.--Caitlin Kittredge, author of The Iron Thorn "Publishers Weekly"
An entertaining mix of steampunk and fantasy.--Caitlin Kittredge, author of The Iron Thorn "School Library Journal"