October 11, 2014

Time’s Mistress

Time’s Mistress
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Genres: All, Anthologies, Fiction, Science Fiction
Tag: Time's Mistress
ASIN: 1614752400
Steven Savile's popular fantasy stories embrace all aspects of the fantastic. Be it the wonder of magical realism, the darkness of the macabre, or the mythological, these stories have one thing in common: faith.
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About the Book

Savile offers up tales of hope and wonder in equal measure, whilst treating sadness as a long lost friend. Nothing in his world is quite as it seems. The world you think you know isn’t the world you’re about to enter. Everything you think you’ve learned about life is about to be unlearned. These are stories of love. These are stories of loss. In some you will find redemption, in others the simple act of memory is treacherous and cannot be trusted. But in all of them there is an aching sense of loss and love. Savile’s stories here speak to the part in all of us who still dares to fall in love again after a broken heart.

Steven Savile’s popular fantasy stories embrace all aspects of the fantastic. Be it the wonder of magical realism, the darkness of the macabre, or the mythological, these stories have one thing in common: faith.

 

About the Author
Steven Savile

Steven Savile has written for Doctor Who, Torchwood, Primeval, Stargate, Warhammer, Slaine, Fireborn, Pathfinder, Arkham Horror, Risen, and other popular game and comic worlds. His novels have been published in eight languages to date, including the Italian bestseller L'eridita.

He won the International Media Association of Tie-In Writers award for his Primeval novel, Shadow of the Jaguar, published by Titan, in 2010, and The inaugural Lifeboat to the Stars award for Tau Ceti (co-authored with Kevin J. Anderson).

Silver, his debut thriller reached #2 in the Amazon UK e-charts in the summer of 2011. It was among the UK's top 30 bestselling novels of 2011 according to The Bookseller. The series continues in Solomon's Seal, WarGod, and Lucifer's Machine, and is available in a variety of languages.

His latest books include HNIC (along with the legendary Hip Hop artist Prodigy, of Mobb Deep) which was Library Journal's Pick of the Month, the Lovecraftian horror, The Sign of Glaaki, co-written with Steve Lockley, and the popular Rogue Angel novels (written as Alex Archer).

He has lived in Sweden for the last 17 years.

Learn more at stevensavile.com.