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  • By harlequin
    Oct 10, 2010
    You may be interested in reading Pass the Parcel if you love London hopelessly even though you bitch about it all the time, you think that world building doesn't stop after the trip to the department of exposition, you have woken up hungover in A&E, you think that the trip to the department of exposition is overrated anyway and you'd rather not have answers if it meant you didn't have to read clunky inserted paragraphs of back story, you enjoy a healthy mockery of clubbing in all it's forms, you are part of the campaign for the recognition of non-biological sentients, you love comics, you hate comics, you have ever wanted to scream or cry or punch things but you got wasted instead, you understand that the risks of pickpocketing outweigh the returns, you want me to shut up and leave you alone now.
  • By Heather Kelly
    Oct 5, 2010
    Set in near-future alternate London, everyone's after an ugly mysterious statue. As it passes from hand to hand and complicates the lives of everyone it comes in contact with, shenanigans occur. Contains Artificial Humans, exotics, tribes of daemonkin, cults, parasitic symbiotes and yet more unusual beings, murder, lies, incompetence, hatred, the hapless, the hopeless and the stoned. Read this book! Wonderful characters, an abundance of plot, and full of surprises.
  • By dave
    Oct 1, 2010
    Before I read this book I was blind, dumb and had parasites living in my pores. Afterward, I ascended to a higher plane of existence, able to shoot lasers from my eyes and poop nymphomaniacal gymnasts. I'm not directly claiming any link, but there's no smoke without fire, eh?
  • By kefuhr
    Sep 25, 2010
    This is a beautifully written story. The author's a particular favorite of mine, as she has the ability to string words together into phrases that stick in your head, scenes that stick in your throat. Perhaps unusually, apart from the intrigues of the plot and the well-developed characters (Alembic breaks my heart whenever he's on the page), this is a bit of a love letter to London, and that much is evident from the writing and the attention to detail. This book is not only worth your money, it is worth your time.
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Product Details

House of D Publications
September 29, 2010
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
2.9 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6.63 wide x 10.25 tall
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