"Readers will enjoy the rich lore..." -Publishers Weekly "Cato's latest is an intriguing story filled with gods, magic, and enough culinary references to please any fan of epicurean magic." -Library Journal "The characters and action of A Thousand Recipes for Revenge are exciting and compelling. Cato has a gift for plot twists and suspense that bring the cast of characters and their world to vivid life and make it difficult to put her book down. The ending will have readers craving a sequel." -Booklist "A Thousand Recipes for Revenge takes the reader on a thrilling journey to a place where every alley has surprises and every character has secrets. Beth Cato has created a wondrous feast of delights, astonishing and yet, somehow, utterly believable. Every sentence made me smile, or gasp, or fall a little more in love with Ada and Solenn and their world." -Kate Heartfield, author of The Embroidered Book "Both deliciously political and politically delicious, Beth Cato's A Thousand Recipes for Revenge will have you tasting magic!" -Juliette Wade, author of Mazes of Power "Food magic! A Thousand Recipes for Revenge brings epic fantasy tropes to the table and serves them up with zesty new magic in the form of magical foods. It gives you the gods of food you never knew you wanted along with fast-paced adventure, intriguing characters, and the black market in epicurea. Beth's love of baking and of cheese shine through on almost every page. By turns delightful and serious, the novel will both make you hungry and fill you up. Chef's kiss!" -Lisbeth Campbell, author of The Vanished Queen
Beth Cato is the Nebula Award-nominated author of the Clockwork Dagger series and the Blood of Earth trilogy. Her short stories and poetry can be found in hundreds of publications, including Fantasy Magazine, Escape Pod, Uncanny Magazine, and the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Beth hails from Hanford, California, but currently writes and bakes cookies in a lair west of Phoenix, Arizona, that she shares with her husband, son, and two feline overlords. For more information, visit www.bethcato.com.