|Nyx in the House of Night|
|Author||P.C. Cast (editor)|
|Publication date||May 7th, 2011|
|Published by||BenBella Books, Inc.|
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Nyx in the House of Night is companion book to the House of Night Series. The book is a collection of essays about the mythology, folklore, and religion that makes up the House of Night!
Table of ContentsEdit
- Introduction (page vii) by P.C. Cast
- Night in the House of Good and Evil (page 1) by Karen Mahoney
- The Dangerous Dead (page 13) by John Edgar Browning
- By Their Marks You Shall Know Them (page 31) by Jana Oliver
- The Divine Cat (page 47) by Ellen Steilber
- Reimagining "Magic City" (page 69) by Amy H. Sturgis
- The Magic of Being Cherokee (page 87) by Jordan Dane
- Freedom of Choice (page 101) by Jeri Smith-Ready
- The Otherworld is Greek to Me (page 113) by Trinity Faegen
- The Elements of Life (page 123) by Bryan Lankford
- Misunderstood (page 139) by Kristin Cast
- She is Goddess (page 147) by Yasmine Galenorn
- Worshipping the Female Deity (page 163) by Christie Zika
- Cruithne Mythology and the House of Night (page 175) by P.C. Cast
- Behind the House of Night Names (page 191)
The House of Night is no ordinary school—and not just because it's for vampyres. It's a place where magic, religion, folklore, and mythology from multiple traditions merry meet and meld to create something incredible and new.
In Nyx in the House of Night—a 2-color illustrated companion to the House of Night series—some of your favorite YA authors, plus a few experts, help you navigate the influences behind the House of Night series in a guide that would get even Damien's seal of approval.
Travel with P.C. Cast as she gets her first tattoo in Ireland, climbs the ruins of Sgiach's castle, and discovers the lore that led to the Isle of Skye vampyres. Read Kristin Cast's defense of women in history and mythology who, like Zoey, have made a practice of juggling multiple men. Sit in on a vampyre lecture by Bryan Lankford, the real-life basis for House of Night instructor Dragon Lankford, on the parallels between Wiccan and vampyre circle rituals. Tour Tulsa's House of Night landmarks with local Amy H. Sturgis.
Nyx in the House of Night also includes an appendix of character names that reveals the myth behind Zoey's last name, which House of Night cats have ties to Camelot, Egypt, and Middle-earth, and more!