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I’m thrilled to announce that Reilly Dolman (you know him from Netflix’s Travelers series as Philip Pearson) is the first narrator in the Ghosts of the Shadow Market series! He just recorded Son of the Dawn with Simon & Schuster Audio – check out a photo from the studio session on left! You can pre-order the audio download read by Reilly here: http://adbl.co/2FQ6ezj I’m so excited for you guys to read Son of the Dawn! Coming April 10.
“What if Cordelia has changed her mind, and says she will not have a minx like you?”
“She would never!” Lucie was outraged.
“No,” Will agreed. “She would not. As far as I am concerned, you shall perform the ceremony as soon as you please. All I want is for you and Cordelia to live a long and happy life, and never be parted.”
theredcarstairs said: Hi Cassie! First of all I really want to thank you for the world you’ve created! I was wondering one thing about the TLH saga: you’ve already answered about the relationship between Cordelia and Sona, so how will the relationship for both Alastair and Cordelia be with their father Elias? I cannot wait for all the Persian things you will talk about in this saga thanks to this family!
Thank you. It has been great fun researching all things Persian, as you say: learning Farsi with my mom, going through books of mythology, old photos and histories, remembering bits of my childhood in Tehran, &c.
I’m really loving writing about the Carstairs family, who start the first book under a cloud of scandal. Elias is their father, and that means a lot in that era–he’s supposed to be the man of the house, and he is white: he’s the one with the power and privilege, the one that society says they should be able to look to, and who should protect the family when trouble comes. Instead, he’s brought a great trouble upon them. Alastair, never close to his father, is now furious with him and desperate for a way out. Cordelia has always thought of herself as like her father, while Sona and Alastair are like each other–they’re aloof and private people, not very verbally or physically affectionate, and warm-hearted Cordelia wonders how to please her mother, and whether her brother loves her. A terrible accusation hangs over Elias (you will see what it is!) and Cordelia, who wants to believe in her father, who wants to love and trust them all, has to ask herself if her family can get through this strife intact.