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What happens when every wish you make is immediately granted by God? If you could use the power of music to travel through time? If your body was the battleground for a strange, alien invasion?
In this, his debut collection in English, Israeli author Nir Yaniv shows his remarkable versatility, collecting stories from over a decade of writing and a wide range of the fantastic. In turns humorous, lyrical, profound - but always entertaining - these are the haunting tales of an author at the height of his power.
"Each story is a bright flash of odd brilliance... unmissable.- Lavie Tidhar, World Fantasy Award winning author of Osama.
"A fantastic, wonderful, weird story ... Speaks very powerfully to the human spirit." - Strange Horizons, on 'Undercity'
"Hypnotic, surreal and prophetic, Nir Yaniv's 'The Dream of the Blue Man' is a story you won't soon forget." - World Fantasy Award winner Ann VanderMeer
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