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City of Saints and Madmen
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Pan Books
Publication date January 25, 2018
Pages 704
Binding Paperback
ISBN-13 9781509848157
ISBN-10 1509848150
Dimensions 1.69 by 5.12 by 7.76 in.
Weight 1.08 lbs.
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Summaries and Reviews
Amazon.com description: Product Description: From the author of Annihilation, now a major motion picture on Netflix. From Jeff VanderMeer, an author praised by writers such as Laren Beukes, China Mieville and Michael Moorcock, City of Saints and Madmen is by turns sensuous and terrifying. This collection of four linked novellas is the perfect introduction to VanderMeer's vividly imagined world. In the city of Ambergris, a would-be suitor discovers a sunlit street can become a killing ground in the blink of an eye. An artist receives an invitation to a beheading and finds himself enchanted. And a patient in a mental institution is convinced he's imagined a city called Ambergris, invented its every last detail, and that he's really from a place called Chicago. Ambergris is a cruelly beautiful metropolis - a haven for artists and thieves, for composers and murderers. And once there, anything can happen. These tales of Ambergris include the World Fantasy Award-winning novella, The Transformation of Martin Lake.

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