Lady of Mazes

{4.5/5} Lady of Mazes by Karl Schroeder, published in 2005

Teven Coronal is divided into manifolds, where reality has been constructed according to people’s tastes. In Westerhaven manifold Livia is stunned to receive a visit from one of the founders, who asks her to investigate something that should be impossible in Raven, a next-door manifold. Then everyone is shocked to find they’re under attack — seemingly from someone outside Teven. It won’t take long for you to be gripped by this intriguing story. If you like your science fiction with big ideas, this is the book for you. I’m a bit behind on my Schroeder reading — but this book as well as Ventus and Permanence are terrific.

I previously reviewed Schroeder’s novel Permanence.

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