The Long Siege: Part Three of Avery Cates: The Burning City

The Long Siege: Part Three of Avery Cates: The Burning City

by Jeff Somers

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Overview

Avery Cates is a City Lord, but the world's still ending. When he comes across a key piece of information, he hatches a bold plan to reboot the world - but the Archangel's army is camped outside, and they're coming in one way or another. Part Three of the new serialized Avery Cates novel 'The Burning City'.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163167937
Publisher: The Inner Swine
Publication date: 12/23/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 838,736
File size: 185 KB

About the Author

Jeff Somers (www.jeffreysomers.com) began writing by court order as an attempt to steer his creative impulses away from engineering genetic grotesqueries. His feeble memory makes every day a joyous adventure of discovery and adventure even as it destroys personal relationships, and his weakness for adorable furry creatures leaves him with many cats. He has published nine novels, including the Avery Cates Series of noir-science fiction novels from Orbit Books (www.avery-cates.com), the darkly hilarious crime novel Chum from Tyrus Books, and most recently tales of blood magic and short cons in the Ustari Cycle, including the novel We Are Not Good People and the novellas Fixer, The Stringer, Last Best Day, and The Boom Bands from Pocket Gallery (www.wearenotgoodpeople.com). He has published over forty short stories, including “Ringing the Changes,” which was selected for inclusion in Best American Mystery Stories 2006, “Sift, Almost Invisible, Through,” which appeared in the anthology Crimes by Moonlight edited by Charlaine Harris, “Three Cups of Tea,” which appeared in the anthology Hanzai Japan, “The Company I Keep,” which appeared in the anthology Life is Short and Then You Die edited by Kelley Armstrong, and “Zilla, 2015,” published in 2019 by the Lascaux Review. He also writes about books for Barnes and Noble and about the craft of writing for Writer’s Digest, which published his book on the craft of writing Writing Without Rules in 2018. He lives in Hoboken with his wife, The Duchess, and their cats. He considers pants to always be optional.

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