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TAPESTRY

Not Making the Obvious Choices

By Jim Zoetewey, editor, author of The Legion of Nothing

Jul 23, 2008: When you read a fantasy story set in an empire, you can generally expect certain things.

If the empire is evil, that it will fall due to the actions of the hero of the story.

The hero of the story stands outside of the culture of the empire and has values more like your own.

A massive plot, propelled by epic battles.

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Breathtakingly intimate

By MeiLin Miranda, author of The Machine God

Aug 12, 2008: "Tapestry" is, plain and simple, one of the best pieces of web writing out there. It uses the medium better than almost anyone—in fact, I can’t think of anyone who uses the episodic nature of the web serial as well—and Wysteria’s dedication to tone and character in this diary of Suki—Lady Uru— is flawless.

What happens in this serial? Nothing. Everything.

Wysteria paints a thorough portrait from the inside out of a [more . . .]

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