Blood by Michael Moorcock
A Southern Fantasy

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Mysterious rifts in the earth scramble the world's population and inspire strange behavior, making the familiar exotic and the bizarre unremarkable in a provocative and sensuous fantasy novel from an award-winning writer.

About Michael Moorcock

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Michael Moorcock is an award-winning author who has written more than 80 works of fiction and nonfiction, including The Cornelius Quartet, Doctor Who, and Elric: The Stealer of Souls. His nonfiction has appeared in Financial Times, the Guardian, and the Los Angeles Times. He lives in Bastrop, Texas. Allan Kausch is the editor of more than 1,100 projects for Lucasfilm Ltd., and has also edited five volumes of Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick, in addition to 80 other books. He lives in San Francisco. Iain Sinclair is the author of Lights Out for the Territory, London Orbital, and A Walk Around the M25.
Published November 1, 1995 by William Morrow & Co. 336 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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until Rose explains that the Game of Time is ``a story created by the Chaos Engineers and the Singularity but affecting all reality.'' Entering the Game, Jack hopes to find Colinda, while Rose and Sam have ambitions to remold reality itself.

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Blood and Thunder: An Epic of the American West by Hampton Sides 460pp, Little, Brown, £20 As a young hack I wrote dozens of stories featuring the heroic adventures of Robin Hood, Dick Turpin, Billy the Kid, Kit Carson and Buffalo Bill.

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This world is the oyster of Sam Oakenhurst and Jack Karaquazian, both jugadors, or evolutionary accelerations of the riverboat gambler, whose incessant cardplaying symbolizes the effort to impose order on randomness, and whose willingness to take risks sets them apart from the novel's other chara...

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