Rating 45 stars a face like glass tells the tale of caverna an underground city much like alices wonderland in caverna babies are born with the inability to show their emotions on their face and as such are taught how to mold their faces into expressions by wearing masks. Book review a face like glass by frances hardinge frances hardinges new novel is set in a wondrous underground city where crafts can be magic and the people are born with faces like blank . A face like glass is an astonishing and imaginative novel from the costa award winning author of the lie tree frances hardinge in the underground city of caverna the worlds most skilled craftsmen toil in the darkness to create delicacies beyond compare wines that can remove memories cheeses . A face like glass quotes showing 1 30 of 95 do you know why a vandal is worse than a thief asked the man on the right in a soft growl a thief steals a treasure from its owner. A face like glass by frances hardinge review a face like glass probes many of the same themes as the lie tree including the silencing of womens voices and the consequent self directed
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