Cassandra Rose Clarke is the author of Our Lady of the Ice. She grew up in south Texas and currently lives in a suburb of Houston, where she writes and teaches composition at a local college. Cassandra's first adult novel, The Mad Scientist's Daughter, was a finalist for the 2013 Philip K. Dick Award, and her YA novel, The Assassin's Curse, was nominated for YALSA's 2014 Best Fiction for Young Adults. Her short fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons and Daily Science Fiction. Visit her at CassandraRoseClarke.com.
"The Mad Scientist's Daughter is a deeply engaging tale
beautifully told. Cassandra Rose Clarke is a superb writer and this
spellbinding novel should appeal to genre and mainstream readers
equally." -- Graham Joyce, author of The Silent Land
"Cassandra Rose Clarke has delivered a novel that is brave enough to take on one of the largest issue's confronting all of us today-just what exactly it means to be human in a time when the definition of such seems to alter almost daily in the face of whirlwind technological change. The Mad Scientist's Daughter is a haunting, memorable, and very original love story, told in an alluringly graceful prose." -- Peter LaSalle, author of Tell Borges If You See Him: Tales of Contemporary Somnambulism
"Cat is a finely etched character, difficult, distant, and living in denial of her true feelings for years ... Cassandra Rose Clarke does a fine job of staying inside her protagonist's head, and capturing what it's like to drift through life without the will or the opportunity to make the best decisions." * Sci Fi Magazine *
"It's a neat premise and Clark examines the ramifications with the precision of a poet, eschewing the genre's typical preoccupation with science and opting instead for a dramatisation of the love affair...this is SF for admirers of The Time Traveller's Wife." * The Guardian *