The Longest Autumn

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$28.99  $26.96
Flatiron Books
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6.4 X 9.4 X 1.2 inches | 1.1 pounds

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About the Author
Amy Avery is a graphic designer and a lifelong lover of fantasy living in Wichita, Kansas. In her spare time, she co-hosts the writing craft podcast And It's Writing. She can also be found watching cooking shows with her husband, crafting cocktails, or catering to the whims of a rather demanding tuxedo cat.

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"[M]any fantasy readers will enjoy the satisfying personification of the seasons and their heralds, the blossoming romances and attractions, and the slow unspooling of the mystery of the shattered portal." --Booklist

"The Longest Autumn is an absorbing and immersive novel set in a beautifully crafted fantasy world: rich in myth and magic, and woven with intrigue and passion." --Jennifer Saint, internationally bestselling author of Ariadne, Elektra, and Atalanta

"Author Amy Avery pulls from Greek mythology to create the languid, fantastical setting of The Longest Autumn... will appeal to fans of Jennifer Saint's Elektra or fantasy readers looking for something quiet and character-driven." --BookPage

"[T]he mystery is compelling and Tirne's world is richly drawn. A whodunit in fantasy form makes for a complex, original tale." --Kirkus Reviews

"Intricately plotted, atmospheric, and propulsive. Avery deftly weaves a web of complicated characters--both gods and mortals, all painfully human--tangled in a complex mystery which keeps you unsure who to trust until the last page." --Genoveva Dimova, author of Foul Days

"An utterly beautiful and unique fantasy debut! I was engrossed immediately in the fascinating and complex world... Tirne is such a fantastic character--inherently relatable in her desperation to hold onto her position as Herald, against all odds and at all costs, and her relationships with Autumn and Sidriel were deeply touching in their own ways." --Christy Healy, author of Unbound