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Tanith Lee is one of the leading fantasy authors working today. She has written over 50 novels and short story collections, among them the bestselling Flat Earth Series. She has won the World Fantasy Award numerous times as well as the August Derleth Award. She died in May 2015.
She has a lush, luxurious, highly colourful style which I find enchanting. Full of twists and turns and magic and spellbinding imagination, she is one of my favourites in the genre. This is the beginning of a trilogy â€˜Lionwolfâ€™ but complete within itself. Itâ€™s an exhilarating rollercoaster read of ghosts, gods and demons set in a frozen waste land. Not to be missed; itâ€™s fantastic.Comparison: Katharine Kerr, Jenny Wurtz, Ursula K Le Guin.Similar this month: David and Leigh Eddings, Andy Secombe (for comic fantasy).
"e;Lee continues to distinguish herself with her ability to bring flesh and blood to the worlds of the future."e;Science Fiction and Fantasy ReviewJet and her robot dog, Otis, have been taken with Jet's two sistersone of whom has a role in the latest Super-Movieto their planet's film capital, Ollywood. Jet and Otis are soon catapulted into the unplumbed underworld that lurks below the studios and lots. Here lies the beautiful and sinister otherwhere of Indigara, which has spontaneously generated from the sets, costumes, models, and actual celluloid of rejected pilot fantasy and SF movies that never got made into series. Even while Jet and her dog try to survive the dangers and terrors below, their Indigaran mirror images have replaced them, and are running amok in the real world above...