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"They say that the sight of a lizard drives a woman wild with desire. Any woman, any lizard, the merest glimpse. But lizards belong to men; they're death to women." An ordinary woman is torn from her normal life and thrust into a weird alternate reality where the power to structure human relationships, and even to travel between worlds, resides in the living bodies of small green lizards. "Tuttle creates out of a genuinely strange imagination." – Josephine Saxton in The New Statesman. "Simply one of the very best writers in the field." – Science Fiction and Fantasy Review
Closet Dreams - Lisa Tuttle£0.79Add to Basket
"Something terrible happened to me when I was a little girl..."
The Bone Flute - Lisa Tuttle£0.79Add to Basket
A planet where love once experienced can never die. Nebula Award-winning fiction.
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The Automaton's Treasure - Cassandra Rose Clarke£0.59Add to Basket
An ebook original short story set in the world of The Assassin's Curse and The Pirate's Wish.
The Witch's Betrayal - Cassandra Rose Clarke£0.59Add to Basket
An ebook original short story set in the world of The Assassin's Curse.
Valley of the Sugars of Salt - Anna Tambour£0.79Add to Basket
The last thing Tim Thornbourne expected was for his new orchard to become a cooperative venture...
All the Little Gods We Are - John Grant£0.79Add to Basket
Somehow the story of his past has been written all wrong. A superbly measured fantasy about loss, and sorrow, and the pain of dealing with past passions.
Fear of Widths - David D Levine£0.79Add to Basket
The horizon. How could he have forgotten the horizon? Mind-bending fiction from a Hugo-winning author.
Memories of the Flying Ball Bike Shop - Garry Kilworth£0.79Add to Basket
Understand the one you hate. What did the old Chinese man smoke? He smoked his enemy...
Pilots of the Purple Twilight - Kit Reed£0.79Add to Basket
The wives spent every day by the pool – this was where the men had left them, after all.