The End of All Songs (The Dancers at the End of Time, #3)
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The End of All Songs

by Michael Moorcock
Release date: 1976
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction

Marooned by a faulty time-machine back at the Earth's beginning, Jherek Carnelian and Amelia Underwood seem set at last to consummate their love in a Palaeozoic Eden. Until, rescued by passing time-travellers, they are whisked once more to the End of Time – and a dying universe.

Facing oblivion with them are the relentless Inspector Springer and his band of Victorian constables, still determined to apprehend all suspects; the Lat, eternal juvenile delinquents, blaspheming, raping and pillaging to the last; Mr Underwood, firmly convinced he has been kidnapped to Hell; and the decadent, pleasure-seeking inhabitants of the End of Time, including the ever-energetic, Machiavellian Lord Jagged, the master-magician who, is an dazzling cosmic finale, reveals all...

updated 2010-09-07

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