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Inspector Vissarion Lom is an outsider, a fact that makes him ideal for the job of hunting down a terrorist threat that strikes at the heart of Mirgorod, a fictionalised Soviet Russia with a capital city steeped in corruption and deceit. 

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A turbulent, vivid dystopia set in a future India is seen through the eyes of two characters – Sarita and Jaz – linked by a desperate search for their lost loves in the ruins and chaos of Mumbai.

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The Gods are dead – killed by the Magelords who, on their return from the heavens, carved up the world between them and now rule the land and the humans that live on it.

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In his brilliant debut novel Hugh Howey builds a dystopian world populated by vividly drawn characters that places you right in the middle of an underground silo.

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The first in a new historical trilogy, The Iron King focuses on the court of Philip IV in fourteenth century France.

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The key to Alice's Adventures In Wonderland is the imagery that hits a flint inside the writer's brain and sends up sparks.

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Hot Blooded - Holder and Viguié's second in the Wolf Springs Chronicle - is as torrid and intense a reading experience as its title suggests.

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It is impossible to do justice to the majesty of this novel with the brevity of this word limit.

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A supernatural thriller set in the Court of Elizabeth I, this unusual book draws on two famous characters from Elizabethan England: the renowned Dr Dee, the famous magician, astrologer and academic; and Robert Dudley, Elizabeth’s great love. 

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