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SILVIA MORENO-GARCIA


The Beautiful Ones

Coming October 2017

“Truly one of the most beautiful books I’ve read in a long time. This sweeping tale of love lost and found is told with old-world elegance, grace and just the right touch of magic.” —M.J. Rose New York Times bestselling author

In a world of etiquette and polite masks, no one is who they seem to be.

Antonina Beaulieu is in the glittering city of Loisail for her first Grand Season, where she will attend balls and mingle among high society. Under the tutelage of the beautiful but cold Valérie Beaulieu, she hopes to find a suitable husband. However, the haphazard manifestations of Nina’s telekinetic powers make her the subject of malicious gossip.

Yet dazzling telekinetic performer and outsider Hector Auvray sees Nina’s powers as a gift, and he teaches her how to hone and control them. As they spend more and more time together, Nina falls in love and believes she’s found the great romance that she’s always dreamed of, but Hector’s courtship of Nina is deceptive.

The Beautiful Ones is a sweeping fantasy of manners set in a world inspired by the Belle Époque.

Other books

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Certain Dark Things

Vampires, humans, cops, and gangsters collide in the dark streets of Mexico City.  Selected by NPR as a Best Book of 2016, Locus finalist, on the Sunburst longlist. Available in hardcover, audio and e-book.

 

 

Spirits of Place

Spirits of Place contains my essay “City of Palaces, City of Ghosts,” which looks at the legends of Mexico City.

Signal to Noise

My debut novel. Teens in Mexico City learn to cast spells using vinyl records. Winner: Copper Cylinder Award. Finalist for British Fantasy, Locus, Sunburst and Aurora awards.

Blog posts

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  • I went to Blerd City Con and all I got was… this wonderful sense of community? Heh. Really, it was a very nice crowd.  And if you’re wondering what the hell I’m talking about this was a new convention, held in DUMBO, Brooklyn, focused on......

  • I watched The Mummy this weekend. It was stupid, at times fun, but overall it was disjointed and wonky. So I decided to play script doctor and fix it. My rule of thumb was I had to keep the main set pieces seen on screen......

  • So the thing I’ve been helping with worked out: the Emerging Indigenous Voices Awards are a real thing. Not only is the Indigenous Literary Studies Association (ILSA) overseeing them, but they have a jury ready for the first iteration. Almost $100,000 have been raised for......