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Welcome To Tremontaine, The Prequel To Ellen Kushner S Beloved Riverside Series That Began With Swordspoint A Duchess Whose Beauty Is Matched Only By Her Cunning Her Husband S Dangerous Affair With A Handsome Scholar A Foreigner In A Playground Of Swordplay And Secrets And A Mathematical Genius On The Brink Of Revolution When Long Buried Lies Threaten To Come To Light, Betrayal And Treachery Know No Bounds With Stakes This High Mind Your Manners And Enjoy The Chocolate In A Dance Of Sparkling Wit And Political Intrigue Tremontaine Is An Episodic Serial Presented By Serial Box Publishing This Collected Omnibus Edition Gathers All 16 Episodes From Season 1.


10 thoughts on “Tremontaine (Tremontaine #1.1-1.13)

  1. Althea Ann Althea Ann says:

    Riverside is back Yay 1 I honestly didn t realize this serial novel was a Riverside book when I picked it up, so was quite delighted to find that it is I still have my doubts about the story being shared by a number of different writers, but I ll see how that goes when I move along to the sequels This first installment, however, is by Ellen Kushner herself, and e...


  2. Mogsy (MMOGC) Mogsy (MMOGC) says:

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum by the excellent experience I had with Bookburners earlier this year, I vowed to myself I would check outserials from Serial Box Pleasantly surprised by how well the structure of the serial novel worked for me, I wantedand thus my attention immediately fell upon Tremontaine Season One, the collection of all thirteen episodes released from Saga Press.But while Bookburners came out of the gate running, th 3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum by the excellent experience I had with Bookburners earlier this year, I vowed to myself I would check outserials from Serial Box Pleasantly surprised by how well the structure of the serial novel worked for me, I wantedand thus my attention immediately fell upon Tremontaine Season One, the collection of all thirteen episodes released from Saga Press.But while Bookburners came out of the gate running, throwing readers headfirst into the action right from the start, Tremontaine turned out to be ameasured affair, taking a handful of episodes to establish the setting and characters before easing into the meat of the story Another way to look at it might be if Bookburners is perfect for fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, then the pacing and themes of Tremontaine would probably make itappealing to fans of the action, romances, and politics of period dramas.To provide a bit of context, Tremontaine ...


  3. Sherwood Smith Sherwood Smith says:

    So many interesting experiments going on in publishing today One of the most successful to my eyes is the adaptation of Ellen Kushner s Riverside stories and novels to serial publication via Serial Box and a group authorial experience.I thought Season One a coupe de foudre on a number of levels I wondered how a group effort would work, especially in attempting to emulate Ellen Kushner s supple, witty style And I wondered if the season would repeat storylines I already knew.I should not have w So many interesting experiments going on in publishing today One of the most successful to my eyes is the adaptation of Ellen Kushner s Riverside stories and novels to serial publication via Serial Box and a group authorial experience.I thought Season One a coupe de foudre on a number of levels I wondered how a group effort would work, especially in attempting to emulate Ellen Kushner s supple, witty style And I wondered if the season would repeat storylines I already knew.I should not have worried The wr...


  4. Susan Susan says:

    I m kinda disappointed because The Privilege of the Sword is one of my favourite novels ever, because it hit so many fantastic emotional and narrative notes for me, and then Swordspoint won me over with a strange charm This had neither It was slow and kind of blander which is a shame because I know how immersive the setting can be in TPOTS and didn t have nearly as great an emotional, melodramatic crescendo of a climax The writing by every author involved was fine, but the plot let me down I m kinda disappointed because The Privilege of the Sword is one of my favourite novels ever, because it hit so many fantastic emotional and narrative notes for me, and then Swordspoint won me over with a strange charm This had neither It was slow and kind of blander which is a shame because I know how immersive the setting can be in TPOTS and didn t have nearly as great an emotional, melodramatic crescendo of a climax The writing by every author involved was...


  5. Coolcurry Coolcurry says:

    Tremontaine is the prequel to Ellen Kushner s Swordspoint and also a story published through Serial Box, a service that provides serialized episodes of written stories somewhat in the manner of TV shows, with different authors writing each episode The edition I m reviewing gathers together all thirteen episodes of Season One into a single volume.Duchess Diane Tremontaine teeters on the edge of financial and social ruin when a ship she d heavi...


  6. Tamara Tamara says:

    A faux historical romp through the queered world of Tremontaine Although a little pantomime ish in places, it s generally an easy holiday read At times the shift from author to author was slightly disruptive.


  7. Leseparatist Leseparatist says:

    I read the season without having read the original novels by Kushner, and knowing very little about them beyond the fact that they are a staple where queer sff is concerned.The truth is, I started reading Tremontaine season 1 a long while ago I got through the first three episodes on my own before becoming frustrated with the format, particularly when some sections appeared to become repetitive giving us the same information to clue in a reader who read the last part a month ago would be okay, I read the season without having read the original novels by Kushner, and knowing very little about them beyond the fact that they are a staple where queer sff is concerned.The truth is, I started reading Tremontaine season 1 a long while ago I got through the first three episodes on my own before becoming frustrated with...


  8. Dee Dee says:

    I enjoyed this it was a fun revisiting of one of my favourite settings, that contains so many things that I enjoy Plus some tasty bonuses, like foreign traders with their own views of the world, and a glance at the political complexities of intellectual development.Once again, the episodic nature of the ini...


  9. Laurie Boris Laurie Boris says:

    I fell into this story and this world so easily, and immediately started loving all the characters, especially Micah, the daughter of turnip farmers who loves math and dresses as a boy when she comes to the city with her cousin to sell their wares at the market, because nobody bothers her when she dresses as a boy And what a unique proposition a novel with a common universe of characters, each chapter written by a di...


  10. Asher Asher says:

    This was a really interesting project to read I enjoyed it a lot, although there were episodes that I struggled to get into because of the author s specific style All in all, it was a really solid work If you enjoyed the other books set in this world, I think you d very much enjoy this serial.