Who will be the last thief standing?
Genre: Fantasy, Historical Fantasy, Magical Realism, General Fiction
- Pages: 220
- Ages: 15+
- Published by Owl and Zebra Press in March, 2015.
- Available in paperback and e-book, for $9.99 and $2.99.
You can buy the e-book at Amazon (for Kindle), Barnes & Noble (Nook), iBooks, Kobo, Baker & Taylor, and Smashwords (for multiple formats, including ePub). The paperback is available from Indiebound (and purchased locally to you), Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Diesel, and B. Dalton. It can also be rented from Oyster, Scribd, or your local library (if you request it, that is).
FROM THE FIRST SECTION: TWENTY YEARS BEFORE Deep ruts crested at the side of the road, hardening into long ridges, stony underneath but slick on the top. A drizzle had persisted until afternoon, when the sky broke open to the blue beyond, washing a glistening world in golden sunlight. Cecily stood in the mud. She … Continue reading Read a Little
The book was nominated for the 2016 Manly Wade Wellman Award for speculative fiction. “This story reminds a lot of a Hunger Games type universal but ten times better! From the moment I started the book I could not put it down, I kept wanting to know what happened next, and the book never disappointed … Continue reading Reviews and Awards
BOOK CLUB RESOURCES: We fully endorse you taking The Night of One Hundred Thieves to your book club, no matter how big or small. Feel free to contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the resources on this site to your advantage. Sure, they are copyright (c) Devon Trevarrow Flaherty 2015 and all, but you … Continue reading Further Resources
ILLUSTRATIONS: These are the illustrations from inside the book, used as headers before each section. (Illustrations copyright Devon Trevarrow Flaherty, 2015.) They are in no particular order. *** GENESIS OF A COVER: Due to a mild expertise in the field, Flaherty designs her own covers. She also does it because creating the look of the … Continue reading Extras and Randomness