"I came away from the read with the same feeling I get after "The Way of Kings" or "The Mazalan Book of the Fallen", that I've been granted a glimpse into a world that really exists somewhere else."
"One of the top five fantasy novels I've read in the last several years."
"It consistently intrigued and amazed me and genuinely has been one of my reading highlights of 2016. As a debut novel its extremely good and I would encourage anyone to pick this up and give it a chance."
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"Plotting tighter than Iron Maiden's rhythm section"
"There was some serious world building going on in this book, and I am pretty sure if you asked the author he could tell you which regions of this world has the best soil for grape growing, if you wanted to start a winery. Just Wow!"
"Wonderful example of fully realized worldbuilding"
"One of the best sucker punches at the end I've seen in a long time"


A fantasy reimagining of the American Civil War, The Woven Ring pits muskets against magic, war machines against mind readers, and glass sabers against soldiers in psychic exoskeletons.


In exile since the civil war that tore the nation of Newfield apart, former spy and turncoat Marta Childress wants nothing more than to quietly live out her remaining days in the West. But then her manipulative brother arrives with one final mission: Transport the daughter of a hated inventor deep into the East. Forced to decide between safely delivering the girl and assassinating the inventor, Marta is torn between ensuring the fragile peace and sparking a second civil war.


Aided by an untrustworthy Dobra and his mysterious mute companion, Marta soon discovers that dark forces, human and perhaps the devil herself, seek to end her quest into the East.


Available November 20th, 2017!


Over the Mueller Line and stalking across the Eastern homeland she betrayed during the Grand War, Marta Childress now cares for the catatonic Caddie Hendrix, whom she has been tasked to deliver to the child’s father. Too bad Marta secretly intends on killing the man to save the nation of Newfield a second civil war.

Executed on the spot if anyone uncovers her identity, Marta also flees the relentless Render Graff and an unstoppable glassman, only to learn too late that worse horrors await her in the East. Fortunately, she can depend on her new freebooter friends Isabelle and Luca.

Yet Luca harbors secrets of his own, a grubber boy born with nothing but whose ambition earned him an imbued lockblade enchanted to ensure his victory so long as he holds it in hand.