The Bone Season: The tenth anniversary special edition: Signed Exclusive Edition - The Bone Season (Hardback)Samantha Shannon (author)
Boasting rewritten sections and bonus content, this 'director's cut' of Shannon's groundbreaking fantasy novel is an absolute must-own for her legion of fans.
Welcome to Scion. No safer place.
The year is 2059. For two centuries, the Republic of Scion has led an oppressive campaign against unnaturalness in Europe. In London, Paige Mahoney holds a high rank in the criminal underworld. The right hand of the ruthless White Binder, Paige is a dreamwalker, a rare and formidable kind of clairvoyant.
Under Scion law, she commits treason simply by breathing. When Paige is arrested for murder, she meets the mysterious founders of Scion, who have designs on her uncommon abilities. If she is to survive and escape, Paige must use every skill at her disposal - and put her trust in someone who ought to be her enemy.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 512
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm
'Truly extraordinary and thrilling.' - Andy Serkis
'Epic, surprising, and impeccably imagined, The Bone Season seamlessly melds a near-future dystopian world, with high fantasy stakes, and a truly unique brand of magic. Perfect for those who enjoy intricate plots and eclectic casts of nuanced characters. Ten years on from its original release, Shannon's debut remains one of the most accomplished and original SFF novels I've ever read.' - Kate Dylan, author of Mindwalker
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