Gideon the Ninth, Harrow the Ninth, Nona The Ninth, with Princess Floralinda and the Forty-Flight Tower

Tamsyn Muir

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Gideon the Ninth

Dust jacket and full-color endpapers by Edward Miller.

Subterranean Press is pleased to present this epic space fantasy in an oversized edition, with a full-color wraparound dust jacket and full-color endpapers illustrated by Edward Miller.

Gideon the Ninth may be the debut of the year, having racked up starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Library Journal, and Kirkus.

Gideon Nav would’ve loved—all right, preferred—to be orphaned anywhere but the Ninth. Raised as an indentured servant by its brutal necromancer nuns, and surrounded by rude servants and reanimated skeletons, she takes her few creature comforts where she can get them. Namely in the form of swordplay, dirty magazines, and trying desperately to escape.

When the Emperor, Necromancer Divine, issues a summons to all the far-flung houses, Gideon finally gets a chance to slip the surly bonds of the Ninth… But in the name of saving the place she loathes. Gideon is forced to play cavalier for Harrowhark Nonagesimus, Reverend Daughter of the Ninth House, in a meeting that pits the houses against one another to see who can achieve the position of Lyctor and attain immortality. Harrowhark might win and prevent the Ninth’s ultimate demise, but only if she can keep Gideon at her side…

In Gideon the Ninth, the riveting first chapter of a debut trilogy, Nebula, World Fantasy, and Shirley Jackson Award nominee Tamsyn Muir has created a singular world filled with death that still manages to burst at the seams with life. With starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Kirkus Reviews, and Library Journal, this epic blend of science fiction, fantasy and horror filled with lesbian necromancers, deadly consequences, and unparalleled wit will enchant readers.

Harrow the Ninth

About the Book:

Harrowhark Nonagesimus, necromancer of Ninth House, did what she came to do. Harrow the Ninth emerged victorious to become a Lyctor to the Emperor of the Nine Houses, Ninth Saint to the Undying King. But victory hardly feels like it, trapped on a blasted space station, left without her cavalier. 

Forced into the fight for a doomed war to win yet another questionable prize, Harrow is discovering a struggle beyond what she has ever faced before. She has to train at the Emperor's Mithraeum with instructors she could do without. At her side is an untrustworthy rival and a sword that sickens her to hold. Worst of all, her mind seems to be fast disintegrating inside her skull. Oh, and someone wants her dead.                                                                                                          

In Harrow the Ninth, Nebula, World Fantasy, and Shirley Jackson Award nominee Tamsyn Muir continues the startling original, wildly acclaimed journey she began with Gideon the Ninth. This novel not only tells a riveting story of its own, but sets the stage for the bravura final volume of this epic trilogy.

Nona The Ninth


Nona is quite pleased with her life as it is. She’s surrounded by Pyrrha, Camilla, and Palamedes, who see to her needs and schooling and general well-being, while they live together on the thirtieth floor of a building in a miserable city. Nona would describe her own well-being as fine, maybe, except for the fact she’s apparently not just herself…A repeated No was the first word she said after they saved her and she woke up in someone else’s body six months ago. So Nona is who she is. For now.

But…perhaps things are not so good as Nona wants them to be. Her city is crumbling under threat of zombies. There’s a blue sphere above the landscape, ready to descend and make everything fall apart still more. The Blood of Eden soldiers are waiting for the Emperor Undying to arrive, and their leaders think Nona is the key to it all: a weapon, the weapon, who can rescue everyone else from the specter of the Nine Houses.

Nona wants to celebrate her six-month birthday on the beach, but the chances for celebration of anything are increasingly slim. Especially since the dreams of the woman with the skull painted on her face won’t stop…

In Nona the Ninth, the third installment of the bestselling, acclaimed Locked Tomb series from Tamsyn Muir, readers will be taken on a journey they never anticipated and won’t soon forget.

Limited: 400 signed numbered hardcover copies

Lettered: 26 signed lettered hardcover copies, housed in a custom traycase

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