Review of City of Masks

I was delighted to find this review of City of Masks by Ben Rovik, whose Mechanized Wizardry books I’ve been enjoying. He says in part:

This book has all the twists and revelations you’d expect from a story of courtly intrigue, and all the mistaken identities you’d expect from a story where everyone wears masks. There are thoughtful themes about identity woven throughout.

Always nice when someone spots the theme. Thanks, Ben!

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One Response to Review of City of Masks

  1. Ben Rovik says:

    My pleasure, Mike! City of Masks is easily one of my favorite finds on Podiobooks so far. Thanks for sharing it.

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