All the Birds in the Sky (Paperback)Charlie Jane Anders (author)
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Patricia is a witch who can communicate with animals. Laurence is a mad scientist and inventor of the two-second time machine. As teenagers they gravitate towards one another, sharing in the horrors of growing up weird, but their lives take different paths...When they meet again as adults, Laurence is an engineering genius trying to save the world-and live up to his reputation-in near-future San Francisco. Meanwhile, Patricia is a graduate of Eltisley Maze, the hidden academy for the magically gifted, working hard to prove herself to her fellow magicians and secretly repair the earth's ever growing ailments.As they attempt to save our future, Laurence and Patricia's shared past pulls them back together. And though they come from different worlds, when they collide, the witch and the scientist will discover that maybe they understand each other better than anyone.
"This debut novel from the editor-in-chief of uber-geek blog io9.com is heartfelt, ambitious and dynamic. Fantastic stuff." Financial Times
Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 330 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm
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