Enter the alternate worlds of T.L. Huchu and Charlie Stross - life, but not as you know it. When Ropa Moyo discovered an occult underground library in T.L. Huchu’s The Library of the Dead, she expected great things. She's really into Edinburgh's secret societies - but turns out they are less into her. So instead of getting paid to work magic, she's had to accept a crummy unpaid internship. In Our Lady of Mysterious Ailments she ends up taking a job at a very special hospital where a mysterious new illness is resisting both medical and magical curatives.In Charlie Stross’s Quantum of Nightmares, it's a brave new Britain under the New Management. The Prime Minister is an eldritch god of unimaginable power. Crime is plummeting as almost every offense is punishable by death, and everywhere you look, there are people with strange powers, some of which they can control, and some, not so much.