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Arthur C. Clarke Award nominee 2003.
In M. John Harrison’s dangerously illuminating new novel, three quantum outlaws face a universe of their own creation, a universe where you make up the rules as you go along and break them just as fast, where there’s only one thing more mysterious than darkness.
In contemporary London, Michael Kearney is a serial killer on the run from the entity that drives him to kill. He is seeking escape in a future that doesn’t yet exist – a quantum world that he and his physicist partner hope to access through a breach of time and space itself. In this future, Seria Mau Genlicher has already sacrificed her body to merge into the systems of her starship, the White Cat. But the “inhuman” K-ship captain has gone rogue, pirating the galaxy while playing cat and mouse with the authorities who made her what she is.
In this future, Ed Chianese, a
drifter and adventurer, has ridden dynaflow ships, run old alien mazes,
surfed stellar envelopes. He “went deep” – and lived to tell about it.
Once crazy for life, he’s now just a twink on New Venusport, addicted to
the bizarre alternate realities found in the tanks – and in debt to all
the wrong people.
Haunting them all through this maze of menace and mystery is the shadowy presence of the Shrander – and three enigmatic clues left on the barren surface of an asteroid under an ocean of light known as the Kefahuchi Tract: a deserted spaceship, a pair of bone dice, and a human skeleton.
”Light is Brilliant.” – Iain M. Banks