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He Knew The Pain Would Come Later (Nathan Ballingrud, 'North American Lake Monsters')

There is a moment at the end of the eponymous story in Ballingrud’s collection where our principal character, Grady, returns to the implacable corpse-thing he and his daughter discovered the day before on the lake shore. 891 more words

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Quote: China Mieville "Perdido Street Station"

“I wish that there was nothing to hold me here, that gravity was a suggestion I could ignore.”
China Miéville, Perdido Street Station

Book Covers (China Mieville "Perdido Street Station")

I love China Mieville’s books and his ideas about politics, literature, world, history…

Anyway, I want to share some of his books’ cover. For the beginning, here is some covers for his novel “Perdido Street Station”. 23 more words

Quote: China Mieville "The Scar"

“Scars are not injuries, Tanner Sack. A scar is a healing. After injury, a scar is what makes you whole.”
China Miéville, “The Scar“.

Recent Reads - Perdido Street Station by China Mieville

After finishing Sunne in Splendour, I opened and closed three or four other novels before I found something which grabbed my attention. That book was… 293 more words


Four or Five Things About China Miéville

 Saturday September 28th 2002 was a bright and clear day in London. Which was just as well, because China and Emma were late. A group of us had arranged to meet at the National Film Theatre’s Café on the South Bank of the Thames at 12.30. 696 more words


The City & the City may become a four-part BBC drama

In tentative, but potentially exciting, news, it’s been revealed that screenwriter Tony Grisoni is adapting China Miéville’s novel The City & the City for the BBC as a four-part drama. 273 more words

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