Requiem by Graham Joyce

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First published in 1996, this dark, British Fantasy Award-winning novel of secrets, miracles, and madness is repackaged.

About Graham Joyce

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Graham Joyce, a four-time winner of the British Fantasy Award, lives in Leicester, England. His books include Dark Sister, Requiem, and The Tooth Fairy, which received a Booker nomination and was chosen as a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 1998. He lives in Leicester, England.
Published January 1, 1995 by Michael Joseph. 320 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Sharon finds an Arab translator for Tom's scroll: Apparently written by Mary Magdalene, it tells how the followers of Jesus planned to have Jesus become the Messiah and survive crucifixion.

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Though his Dark Sister (1992) won a British Fantasy Award for Best Novel, Joyce is only now making his Stateside debut with this impressive novel that was first published last year in Britain.

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Open Letters Monthly

If nothing else, I submit, it would have been good to give the album’s listeners (especially those not acquainted with the documentary, though they should be) a sense of the mad fury of people in the Gulf Coast – not necessarily Terence Blanchard or his family and friends – who got the very short...

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Open Letters Monthly

In truth, other than slaking the writer’s nostalgia, the writer’s physical return to his native land has little meaning.” With Nanjing Requiem, one of two of Jin’s books available in mainland China, the author appears to have accomplished just that: a “genuine return” of sorts, enacted through a ...

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