When Ellen was fourteen, her cousin, Paul, angered a Malignant One, and he turned to Ellen for help. And then, when things had started to get out of hand, when the usual spells and charms didn't work, and when the usual agencies didn't want to know, she contacted Alison Birkett, the lawyer who specialised in demonic possession and corruption in the Spiritual Development Agency. And Ellen's life was changed...
Temporary Agency is the follow-up to Rachel Pollack's acclaimed novel, Unquenchable Fire, winner of the 1988 Arthur C. Clarke Award. Set in the same strange America of Bright Beings, miracles and religious ritual, it is a fantasy of power and humour, love and pain.
|Publisher:||Orion Publishing Group, Limited|
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About the Author
Rachel Pollack was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1945. She is well known as a science fiction author, comic book writer and expert on divinatory tarot. She has been a great influence on the women's spirituality movement and on women's SF. She won the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1989 with Unquenchable Fire and the World Fantasy Award in 1997 with Godmother Night. She has also been shortlisted for the Nebula Award and for the James Tiptree, Jr Memorial Award twice. Rachel Pollack lives in New York.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
this was a fun, light read. I'm very into sci-fi alternate histories. lesbian sci-fi alternate history, even better. This one is not fleshed out very much. So, it's interesting but I'll probably forget it soon.