Midnight Lamp

by Gwyneth Jones

Science Fiction

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Fantasy in the Clive Barker tradition and the 2nd in the series. The Bold As Love adventure continues, spinning a web of daring, dread and enchantment in a world that could almost be ours

Midnight Lamp Synopsis

Scientific magic, werebears, environmental meltdown, and rockstars more famous than God: the Bold As Love adventure continues.Rufus O'Niall is dead and the green nazi occupation has been defeated: but at a huge cost to the three extraordinary people who saved England from the dark. Shattered and deeply changed by the sacrifices each of them had to make, Fiorinda, Axe and Sage are in hiding from their friends and fans on the Pacific coast of Mexico when they're tracked down by an emissary of Fred Eiffrich, President of the United States. He's got an offer they can't refuse. It's about a movie, allegedly . . . Sage finds himself drawn to an old flame. Ax has to fight dirty, for the future and against the might of a collapsing superpower. And Fiorinda, the magical daughter of the monster, whose memories of utter horror are threatening her sanity, struggles with a deadly addiction. The Bold As Love adventure continues, spinning a web of daring, dread and enchantment, in a world that could almost be ours.

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ISBN: 9780575075436
Publication date: 11/11/2004
Publisher: Gollancz
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780575075436
Publication date: 11th November 2004
Author: Gwyneth Jones
Publisher: Gollancz
Format: Paperback
Genres: Science Fiction,
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About Gwyneth Jones

Gwyneth Jones lives in Brighton with her husband and son. She won the Arthur C. Clarke Award for BOLD AS LOVE; CASTLES MADE OF SAND was shortlisted for the British Science Fiction Award. She is the previous winner of the James Tiptree Memorial Award and two World Fantasy Awards; four of her previous books have been shortlisted for the Arthur C. Clarke Award.

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