In Dream London the city changes a little every night and the people change a little every day. Captain Jim Wedderburn has looks, style and courage by the bucketful. He’s adored by women, respected by men and feared by his enemies. He’s the man to find out who has twisted London into this strange new world, and he knows it. But the towers are growing taller, the parks have hidden themselves away and the streets form themselves into strange new patterns. There are people sailing in from new lands down the river, new criminals emerging in the East End and a path spiralling down to another world. Everyone is changing, no one is who they seem to be, and Captain Jim Wedderburn is beginning to understand that he’s not the man he thought he was...
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About the Author
Tony Ballantyne is the author of Twisted Metal, Blood and Iron and the Recursion series. He has also written many short stories. Tony grew up in County Durham in the North East of England. He studied Maths at Manchester University before moving to London where he taught Maths and IT. His first SF sale was “The Sixth VNM” which appeared in Interzone 138. Since then he has had short stories appear in magazines and anthologies worldwide. He has also written romantic fiction and satirical pieces for various magazines such as Private Eye. Recursion, his first novel, was published by Tor UK in 2004. He has been nominated for the BSFA and Philip K Dick awards. He now lives in Oldham with his wife and two children. His hobbies are playing the piano, accordion and cornet. He also enjoys walking and cycling.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An interesting storyline that kept me hooked from start to finish.
This one is a true original. If you enjoy urban fantasy, this is an absolute MUST READ!! I was entirely captivated from the first page. And I'm waiting with bated breathe for the next by this author. True talent & I cannot wait to see what he comes up with next! Read it now... I promise you won't regret it!
Honestly, I couldn't finish the damn thing. It was refreshing and interesting for maybe the first twenty pages until the cracks in the world building and my complete lack of interest in the main character, if he could be called that, cardboard stock that he is, turned me off completely. Save your 6.49.