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River of blue fire

Author: Tad Williams
Publisher: New York : DAW Books : Distributed by Penguin Putnam, ©1998.
Series: DAW book collectors, no. 1090
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explorers of the virtual-reality universe, Otherland, attempt to return to the real world, only to be flung into even more bizarre worlds. The universe is the creation of evil men who trap the minds of children in their quest for eternal life.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Fantasy fiction
Science fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tad Williams
ISBN: 0886777771 9780886777777
OCLC Number: 40061628
Description: xix, 634 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Synopsis --
The Secret River --
Deep Waters --
Greasepaint --
The Hive --
In the Puppet Factory --
The Marching Millions --
Man From the Dead Lands --
Grandfather's Visit --
Fighting Monsters --
The Hollow Man --
Small Ghosts --
Utensils --
The Center of the Maze --
Voices in the Dark --
The Dreams of Numbers --
Games in the Shadows --
A Late Crismustreat --
Shoppers and Sleepers --
In the Works --
The Veils of Illusion --
A Day's Work --
The Invisible River --
In the Freezer --
Gods and Geniuses --
Inside Out --
Beside Bob's Ocean --
The Most Beautiful Street in the World --
Red Land, Black Land --
Waiting for the Dreamtime --
The Beloved Porcupine --
Darkness in the Wires --
Bedlam's Song --
Imaginary Gardens --
Death and Venice --
The Voice of the Lost --
Feather of Truth --
An Unfinished Land --
Afterword.
Series Title: DAW book collectors, no. 1090
Responsibility: Tad Williams.
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Explorers of the virtual-reality universe, Otherland, attempt to return to the real world, only to be flung into even more bizarre worlds. The universe is the creation of evil men who trap the minds of children in their quest for eternal life.

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