Category Archives: Children of Earth and Sky

Children of Earth and Sky Author Questions

1) Sailing to Sarantium and Lord of Emperors are two of your most beloved novels. What is it like to return to this setting so many years later, both in the fictional continuity and at this point in your career? … Continue reading

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Children of Earth and Sky Discussion Questions

CHILDREN OF EARTH AND SKY — DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1) Readers of Guy Gavriel Kay’s Sarantine Mosaic novels, Sailing to Sarantium and Lord of Emperors, will recognize the setting of Children of Earth and Sky. (This is also the near-Europe of … Continue reading

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Children of Earth and Sky: An Origin Story

Croatia has roads in many places going back to the Romans. They joke today that the old roads are better graded and designed than the new ones. It is probably true. On a book tour many years ago, I was … Continue reading

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Cover of Children of Earth and Sky (Quebec edition)

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Cover of Children of Earth and Sky (Russian Edition)

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Review by Bill Capossere for Fantasy Literature

Reproduced with kind permission of Fantasy Literature. A new Guy Gavriel Kay novel is cause for great celebration and anticipation in our household, as he has authored some of our most beloved novels over the decades (by “our” I mean … Continue reading

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Review by Gary K. Wolfe for Locus

Reproduced with kind permission of Locus. In the brief acknowledgments at the end of his magnificent new novel Children of Earth and Sky, Guy Gavriel Kay mentions that his fictional Renaissance city of Obravic is an ‘‘amalgam,’’ and it occurs to … Continue reading

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Cover of Children of Earth and Sky (Penguin Canada Leatherbound Edition)

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Cover of Children of Earth and Sky (1st U.K. Hardcover Edition)

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Cover of Children of Earth and Sky (1st U.S.A. Hardcover Edition)

Artist: Larry Rostant

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