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The second book in Lavie Tidhar's ambitious Anti-Matter of Britain Quartet - takes on the myth of Robin Hood and his merry men in a viscerally entertaining, ominously subversive and poetically profane remixing of the myths and legends that shaped our nation. Les mer
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The second book in Lavie Tidhar's ambitious Anti-Matter of Britain Quartet - takes on the myth of Robin Hood and his merry men in a viscerally entertaining, ominously subversive and poetically profane remixing of the myths and legends that shaped our nation.
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Forlag: Head of Zeus
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 448
ISBN: 9781838931315
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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«'This is a book to experience rather than to read, as every chapter and revisionist character expands into sheer, wonderful madness. One for the ages'»

Crime Time

«'Chaotic, wildly inventive and relentlessly entertaining'»

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«<b>PRAISE FOR <i>BY FORCE ALONE</i></b>: <br /> 'A bloody, bravura performance, which Tidhar pulls off with graphic imagery and modern vernacular' <i>Guardian</i>. <br /> 'As eclectic as the <i>Sword in the Stone</i> and as ruthless as <i>A Game of Thrones</i>, this retelling of the whole Arthurian legend stands alongside the very best' <i>Daily Mail</i>. <br /> 'The narrative voice is deadly serious but there's a strong undercurrent of gleefulness to the profanity, violence and otherworldly magic that makes <i>By Force Alone</i> a whole lot of fun to dive into' <i>Spectator</i>. <br /> 'Lavie Tidhar has crafted a punk epic on the mouldering bones of legend and jolted it to life with ten thousand volts of knowing wit and fury. <i>By Force Alone</i> eviscerates the complacent posturing of the Arthurian myth, explodes the well-worn conventions of the tale and from the shiny jagged »

«'A wealth of colorful tales and memorable characters'»

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«'Tidhar fancies himself an iconoclast, and his incidental invention reaches impressive levels of delirium'»

The Times
Lavie Tidhar's novels include World Fantasy Award winner Osama, Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize winner A Man Lies Dreaming (both recently reissued by Head of Zeus) and Campbell, Neukom and Chinese Nebula winner Central Station. His latest novel By Force Alone, the first in his Anti-Matter of Britain Quartet, is published by Head of Zeus. Described as 'An utterly original voice in contemporary fiction' and 'a genius of conjuring realities that are just two steps to the left of our own', Tidhar works across genres. His novels combine detective and thriller modes with poetry, science fiction and historical and autobiographical material to create a genre entirely of his own.