Down to the Bone (Quantum Gravity, #5)
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Down to the Bone

by Justina Robson
Release date: February 11, 2011
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction, fantasy

Lila Black is now a shapeshifting machine plugged into the Signal — the total dataset of all events in the known universe and all potential events: Zal, the elf rock star with a demon soul, is now a shadowform animated and given material actualization by firelight; Teazle the demon has taken up the swords of Death and is on the way to becoming an angel. To say this puts some pressure on their three-way marriage is an understatement.

Meanwhile the human world is seeing an inexplicable influx of the returning dead, and they’re not the only ones. Many old evils are returning to haunt the living following three harbingers of destruction created in the ancient past. What seems epic is revealed as personal to all concerned as events unfold and that which cannot be escaped must be faced. Heroic destinies unravel as greater powers reveal themselves as the true masters of the game and survival may be the only winning hand.

(updated 2011-02-11)

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