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Following the events of King of Shards, both humans and demons continue their quest to control the Lamed Vavnik, the thirty-six righteous men who sustain the Earth against the persistent hunger of the twisted creatures who inhabit the Shards, the broken remains of shattered universes. Daniel Fisher, both cursed and empowered by his acceptance of his role as Earth's protectors, seeks to warn the righteous men of the coming demonic attack, while Mashitthe Queen of all demonkindforces a quartet of captive Lamed Vavnik to her will, bringing new growth to her burning realm.
Meanwhile, Daphna, Mashit's daughter, visits Earth and adopts the guise of a liberated Ukrainian slave girl cum pop superstar in order to bring all of humanity under her control. As humanity rushes to embrace the new celebrity and worship at her feet, Daniel struggles to convince the scattered Lamed Vavnik of the threat which faces them all, but they refuse to accept their true nature.
Queen of Static continues the Worldmender Trilogy, a series that The Huffington Post has referred to as a "unique fantasy cosmos" and one that NPR has called a "feast for hardcore fantasy fans."
Matthew Kressel is a Nebula Award-nominated writer and World Fantasy Award-nominated editor. Queen of Static is the second volume in The Worldmender Trilogy. Kressel lives in Ridgewood, NY.