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Mar 5 2013 8:00am

Frances Hardinge Answers Five Questions about A Face Like Glass

Frances Hardinge Answers Five Questions about A Face Like GlassFrances Hardinge is the author of A Face Like Glass which has just been published in paperback—and was shortlisted for the Kitschies Red Tentacle Award (Best Novel category). We caught up with Frances to find out more about her fifth novel, set in the underground city of Caverna, where expressions have to be learned from the famous Facesmiths. You can also click on the link to get a free extract from A Face Like Glass.

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