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Death and Resurrection
     

Death and Resurrection

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by R.A. MacAvoy
 

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The award-winning writer of <i>Tea With the Black Dragon</i> and other acclaimed novels returns to fantasy with the intriguing story of Chinese-American artist Ewen Young who gains the ability to travel between the worlds of life and death. This unasked-for skill irrevocably changes his life — as does meeting Nez Perce veterinarian Dr. Susan Sundown

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The award-winning writer of <i>Tea With the Black Dragon</i> and other acclaimed novels returns to fantasy with the intriguing story of Chinese-American artist Ewen Young who gains the ability to travel between the worlds of life and death. This unasked-for skill irrevocably changes his life — as does meeting Nez Perce veterinarian Dr. Susan Sundown and her remarkable dog, Resurrection. After defeating a threat to his own family, Ewen and Susan confront great evils — both supernatural and human — as life and death begin to flow dangerously close together.

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Author - Orson Scott Card
“For the brilliantly talented R.A. MacAvoy, no aspect of human life is beyond reach.”
Author - Charles De Lint
“I love R.A. MacAvoy's work. Do yourself a favor and pick this up.”

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013535053
Publisher:
Prime Books
Publication date:
11/29/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
336
Sales rank:
449,077
File size:
990 KB

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Death and Resurrection 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as deep or complex as the Lute or Lens trilogies, but then, not everything has to be. Engaging characters and a light, humorous touch rare in her previous work make this a delightful diversion.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Has action, spirituality and good people trying to get through life's problems - and along the way kung fu, heroes, monsters, and monstrous people - also fantasy. A thoroughly enjoyable story, with some believable insights into how people behave sometime. This book is a keeper for the bookshelf.