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Light by M. John Harrison


"An amazing book: not just a triumphant return to science fiction, but an injection of style and content that will light up the genre"
-Michael Marshall

"LIGHT is rge leanest, meanest space opera since NOVA. Visually acute, shot through with wonder and horror in equal measure...prepare to get lost in the K-tract. You won't regret it"
-Alastair Reynolds

On the barren surface of an asteroid, located deep in the galaxy beneath the unbearable light of the Kefahuchi Tract, lie three objects: an abandoned spacecraft, a pair of bone dice covered with strange symbols, and a human skeleton.

What they are and what they mean are the mysteries explored and unwrapped in LIGHT, M. John Harrison's triumphant return to science fiction.


Publisher (Year): Gollancz (2007)
Binding (ISBN): Large paperback (978-0-575-07403-3)
Cover Art: Dominic Harman

Condition: Good. Light rubbing/shelf-wear to edges and corners, tanning to page ends, light crease to bottom edge of front cover.

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