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    Mar 04, 2014 | 576 Pages

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“Leigh seamlessly inserts his two immortals into history, playing with actual people and events to deliver beautifully-rendered glimpses of different eras. Leigh strikes the perfect balance between past and present, real and imagined.” —Publisher’s Weekly (starred)

“Mythology, alchemy and fantasy all coalesce in Leigh’s Immortal Muse, creating the perfect combination for readers looking for their next stellar read. Leigh has masterfully created a fantastical adventure for his audience…The alternating chapters of past and present will whet readers’ appetites for more adventure and intrigue, and will leave them wanting more. The author weaves mythic history with a bit of action, murder and, of course, spice–and has this reader wondering why I’m only discovering him now. This is definitely a Top Pick! Perfect for those craving a bit of intrigue and history.” —RT Reviews (top pick)

Sweeping in scope and full of action and danger, this well-constructed historical fantasy takes an original look at the nature of creativity. If Nicholas is slightly mustache-twirly in his evilness, the compelling ‘immortal muse’ Perenelle more than compensates.” —Library Journal

A masterpiece of historical fantasy…. Those looking for a sure-footed, exciting, and thoroughly rewarding race through the history of creativity in the past several centuries–and who doesn’t want that?–will not be alone in finding this a book to thrill the passions and mind alike. It is a terrific fantasy, a superlative historical read, and a tragic romance all in one. Highly Recommended!” —SFRevu

Fascinating and compelling, this might find some award nods.” —Philedelphia Weekly Press

A unique exploration of art, passion, and love.” —Heroes and Heartbreakers

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