H. G. Parry lives in a book-infested flat in Wellington, New Zealand, which she shares with her sister and two overactive rabbits. She holds a PhD in English literature from Victoria University of Wellington, and teaches English, film and media studies.
A beautiful tapestry of words, a combination of carefully observed and researched history and a well-thought-out and fascinating system of magic. An absolute delight to read -- Genevieve Cogman on A DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF MAGICIANS A rich, sprawling epic full of history and magic -- Alix E. Harrow on A DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF MAGICIANS Parry gracefully bends genres into a witty, riveting historical fantasy . . . [a] poetic tale of justice, liberation and dark magic. This is a knockout -- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY on A DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF MAGICIANS Impressively intricate; fans of the magic-and-history of Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell will be delighted -- Alexandra Rowland on A DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF MAGICIANS