The Pale Dreamer: A Bone Season novella

The Pale Dreamer: A Bone Season novella

by Samantha Shannon

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ISBN-13: 9781632869067
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication date: 12/06/2016
Series: The Bone Season
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 78
Sales rank: 106,728
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Samantha Shannon studied English Language and Literature at St. Anne's College, Oxford. The Bone Season, the first in a seven-book series, was a New York Times bestseller and the inaugural Today Book Club selection. Film and TV rights were acquired by the Imaginarium Studios. The Mime Order followed in 2015 and The Song Rising in 2017. Her work has been translated into twenty-six languages. She lives in London.
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Samantha Shannon is the New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling author of The Bone Season series. Her work has been translated into twenty-six languages. This is her fourth novel and her first outside of The Bone Season series. She lives in London.

samanthashannon.co.uk / @say_shannon

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The Pale Dreamer: A Bone Season novella 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 11 months ago
So easy to get lost in this world that Samantha Shannon has created. I absolutely love the series and hope she puts just as much effort into her next book as she has with all the others of this series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This novella is just a small taste of the rest of the Bone Season series. I almost skipped it in my desire to devour the utterly satisfying and thrilling main novels. But between Mime Order and Song Rising, I paused and read both Jaxon's Pamphlet on Unnaturalness and this short origin story of the Pale Dreamer. Both give another layer of insight into the beginning of the Seven Dials and Paige's start within this group and as Jaxon's mollisher. Necessary? No. Enjoyable? Yes, as a quick read in between the meatier parts of this series. Personally, I would not suggest these as an introduction into these books. They are better read after you have more knowledge of the series and it's themes and players.