Liquid Crystal Nightingale
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Liquid Crystal Nightingale

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Go deeper, they said. Look closer.

Pleo Tanza is a survivor. Her father was broken by tragedy, her twin sister is dead-chewed up and spat out by the corruption and injustice of Chatoyance-but she's going to make it, whatever it takes. She's going to get off this rock.

But escape is for the rich or lucky. Pleo's framed for the murder of a rival student-the daughter of one of the colony's wealthy, squabbling clans-and goes on the run, setting off a chain events that could destroy the fragile balance of the old colony forever...

"Captivating and well-written." British Fantasy Society on Let Her In

"A tour of the underworld...Lee knows crime." PC on KL Noir: Blue
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Product details

  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 140 x 197 x 23mm | 270g
  • ABADDON BOOKS
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • No
  • 1781086508
  • 9781781086506
  • 1,256,193

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"Liquid Crystal Nightingale is an ambitious and complex debut... with a deeply realised world and an utterly unique tone." * The British Fantasy Society * "A richly imagined and engrossing piece of work!" 4/5 * SFX Magazine * "A tour of the underworld...Lee knows crime." * PC on KL Noir: Blue * "Captivating and well-written." * British Fantasy Society on Let Her In *
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About Eeleen Lee

Ee Leen Lee was born in London, UK but has roots in Malaysia. After graduating from Royal Holloway College she several years as a lecturer and a copywriter until she took the leap into writing. As a result, her fiction since has appeared in various magazines and anthologies in the U.K, Australia, Singapore and Malaysia, such as Asian Monsters from Fox Spirit Books, and Amok: An Anthology of Asia-Pacific Speculative Fiction. When she is not writing she can be found editing fiction and non-fiction, being an armchair gemmologist, and tweeting at odd hours.
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Rating details

35 ratings
3.6 out of 5 stars
5 20% (7)
4 34% (12)
3 31% (11)
2 14% (5)
1 0% (0)
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