The More Known World

The Quest of the quirky Oddfits continues—and this time, beyond the Known World lies something unspeakable…

Book #2 of the Oddfit series (published by AmazonCrossing, 2017). Available in paperback, ebook, and audio from AmazonBook Depository, and Audible

Two years after Murgatroyd Floyd joined the Quest to understand and catalogue the wonders of the More Known World, the rash-prone, blue-eyed Oddfit starts having doubts about his exploratory skill. And while that’s enough to give his mentor, Ann Hsu, pause, it’s not what’s bringing the Quest to a grinding halt. Blame that on a series of murders that sends Ann and Murgatroyd to a strange new Territory to investigate.

Cambodia-Abscond, awash in shades of red, can drive outsiders crazy. With its vermilion foliage, crimson trees, and garnet soil, it screams carnage. Fitting, considering that its settlers are a shady bunch with catastrophic histories who live in a society where no questions are asked, and the official language is silence.

Fitting, too, that Cambodia-Abscond is where Ann’s recollections of her own nightmarish past seem to come crawling back out of the bloodwood. Apparently, there’s more to the More Known World than Ann and Murgatroyd expected. And if their Quest has a dark side, the two Oddfits have found it.

What readers are saying:

“as literature becomes increasingly trite, Tsao has now created not just one but two books that push the envelope of fiction.”

“Tsao may be this generation’s Douglas Adams”

“So worth the wait. Even more surprises than the first book and I absolutely could not put it down.”

“For starters, the writing is phenomenal. Tiffany Tsao writes beautifully with an almost poetic rhythm and expressiveness […] If you love words, this is a good book for you.”

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