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Strange Chemistry Books

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Books Published by Strange Chemistry

Blackwood, by Gwenda BondShift, by Kim CurranPoltergeeks, by Sean CummingsThe Assassin's Curse, by Cassandra Rose ClarkeKatya's World, by Jonathan L. HowardBroken, by A. E. Rought, January 2013
Pantomime, by Laura Lam, February 2013The Holders, by Julianna Scott, March 2013Emilie and the Hollow World, by Martha Wells, April 2013
Zenn Scarlett by Christian Schoon, May 2013The Pirate's Wish by Cassandra Rose ClarkePlaying Tyler, by T. L. Costa, July 2013
The Weight Of Souls by Bryony PearceControl, by Kim Curran, August 2013The Woken Gods, by Gwenda Bond, September 2013
Student Bodies by Sean CummingsWhen the World Was Flat (and we were in love) by Ingrid JonachSkulk by Rosie Best, October 2013
Tainted, by A. E. Rought, October 2013Cracked, by Eliza Crewe, November 2013Katya's War, by Jonathan L. Howard, November 2013
The Almost Girl by Amalie HowardShadowplay by Laura LamBlack Dog by Rachel Neumeier
The Seers, by Julianna Scott, February 2014The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare by M. G. Buehrlen, March 2014Emilie and the Sky World by Martha Wells
Stolen Songbird by Danielle JensenUnder Nameless Stars by Christian SchoonFeather Bound by Sarah Raughley
The Wizard's Promise, by Cassandra Rose ClarkeEssence by Lisa O'Kane

Strange Chemistry eShorts

Strange Chemistry published two ebook-original short stories set in the world of Cassandra Rose Clarke‘s The Assassin’s Curse and The Pirate’s Wish:

The Witch's Betrayal by Cassandra Rose ClarkeThe Automaton's Treasure by Cassandra Rose Clarke


[…] World / The Assassin’s Curse – these three were sent to me from another new imprint, Strange Chemistry. I’m really excited about these books, and about Strange Chemistry in general, as they seem […]

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