Indexing (Indexing, Book 1) by Seanan McGuire
By Seanan McGuire
“Never underestimate the facility of an outstanding story.”
Good advice…especially whilst a narrative can kill you.
For most folks, the tale in their lives is simply that: the buildup of time, encounters, and activities right into a cohesive complete. yet for an unlucky few, that daily life is affected—perhaps contaminated is a greater word—by memetic incursion: the place fairy story narratives turn into truth, frequently with disastrous results.
That's the place the ATI administration Bureau steps in, a company tasked with conserving the area from fairy stories, even whereas so much in their brokers are suffering to maintain their very own outstanding archetypes from taking on their lives. whilst you're facing storybook narratives within the genuine global, it doesn't subject if you're Snow White, napping good looks, or the depraved Queen: nobody will get a fortunately ever after.
Indexing is long island occasions bestselling writer Seanan McGuire’s new city myth the place every thing you suggestion you knew approximately fairy stories will get grew to become on its head.
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