Catherine Fisher, called "the first lady of British fantasy" by the London Times, was born in Newport, Wales. She graduated from the University of Wales with a degree in English and a fascination for myth and history. She was named the first Children’s Laureate of Wales and was invited to Buckingham Palace to meet Queen Elizabeth. She lives in Gwent, Wales.
Part Dr. Who, part Blade Runner, and part A Midsummer Night’s Dream, this genre-busting fantasy from the author of Incarceron asks: If you had the chance to change the past, would you do it?
In book two of the critically acclaimed Obsidian Mirror series, New York Times bestselling author Catherine Fisher, called the first lady of British fantasy” by the London Times, once again shows us that she is a master of world-building and surprising plot-twists. Jake, Sarah, and Oberon Venn continue their fight for control of the Obsidian Mirror, and whoever wins will either save a life, change the past, or rescue the future.
But the Mirror has plans of its own.
Praise for Obsidian Mirror:
"Fisher effectively alternates brooding mystery with thrilling action. This blend of science fiction and fantasy is certified fresh." -Booklist
*"Full of unexpected twists and turns that will draw readers in...fans of Kady Cross, Cassandre Clare, and Doctor Who will be enthralled with this must-read title." -VOYA (starred review)
"Brilliantly disconcerting, scary and superbly written by the leading lady of British fantasy." -The London Times