The Coldest War

The Coldest War

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In Ian Tregillis' "The Coldest "War, a precarious balance of power maintains the peace between Britain and the USSR. For decades, Britain's warlocks have been all that stands between the British Empire and the Soviet Union--a vast domain stretching from the Pacific Ocean to the shores of the English Channel. Now each wizard's death is another blow to Britain's national security.Meanwhile, a brother and sister escape from a top-secret facility deep behind the Iron Curtain. Once subjects of a twisted Nazi experiment to imbue ordinary people with superhuman abilities, then prisoners of war in the immense Soviet research effort to reverse-engineer the Nazi technology, they head for England. Because that's where former spy Raybould Marsh lives. And Gretel, the mad seer, has plans for him. As Marsh is once again drawn into the world of Milkweed, he discovers that Britain's darkest acts didn't end with the war. And while he strives to protect queen and country, he is forced to confront his own willingness to accept victory at any cost.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 352 pages
  • 165.1 x 236.22 x 30.48mm | 544.31g
  • Tor Books
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • New ed.
  • 0765321513
  • 9780765321510
  • 509,500

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Praise for "Bitter Seeds""A major talent." --George R. R. Martin"Exciting and intense... The clash of magic and (mad) science meshes perfectly with the tumultuous setting." --"Publishers Weekly""A white-knuckle plot, beautiful descriptions, and complex characters--an unstoppable Vickers of a novel." --Cory Doctorow""Bitter Seeds" may rival Naomi Novik's Tales of Temeraire as a sustained historical fantasy."
--"Booklist"
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About Ian Tregillis

IAN TREGILLIS lives near Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he works as a physicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
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4 46% (1,504)
3 17% (566)
2 3% (84)
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