Darkland (Paperback)
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Darkland (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 16/02/2007
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In the far-distant future Vali Hallsdottir, assassin of an organisation known as the Skald, is sent on a mission to the world of Nhem. Her assignment is to eliminate the destructive patriarchal regime of the Hierolath. But shortly after her arrival, Vali finds herself betrayed by her mission partner, who is not the man he seems. Frey, once Vali's lover, has undergone a genetic transformation and has his own agenda for travelling to Nhem. After Vali's escape from the clutches of the Hierolath's militia she goes in search of Frey in order to discover the reasons for his betrayal. Her journey takes Vali to Darkland, where sinister forces known as the vitki wreak havoc ...'Williams's prose is unfussy and compelling ...this is adventurous, thought-provoking science fiction ...' The Times 'British SF finding an instantly recognizable voice' Guardian

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9780330426916
Dimensions: 178 x 111 mm
Edition: Unabridged

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“It's weird, it's dark, it's great!”

Beautifully written and unputdownable. It's weird, it's dark, it's great! This is British Sci-Fi at its best.

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