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Clockwork Angels (12 Edition)by Anderson Kevin
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A remarkable collaboration that is unprecedented in its scope and realization, this exquisitely wrought novel represents an artistic project between the bestselling science fiction author Kevin J. Anderson and the multiplatinum rock band Rush. The newest album by Rush, Clockwork Angels, sets forth a story in Neil Pearts lyrics that has been expanded by him and Anderson into this epic novel. In a young mans quest to follow his dreams, he is caught between the grandiose forces of order and chaos. He travels across a lavish and colorful world of steampunk and alchemy with lost cities, pirates, anarchists, exotic carnivals, and a rigid Watchmaker who imposes precision on every aspect of daily life. The mind-bending story is complemented with rich paintings by the five-time Juno Award winner for Best Album Design, Hugh Syme.
A remarkable collaboration that is unprecedented in its scope and realization, this exquisitely wrought novel represents an artistic project between the bestselling science fiction author Anderson and the multi-platinum rock band Rush.
About the Author
Kevin J. Anderson is the bestselling science fiction author of more than 100 novels. He has written spin-off novels for "Star Wars," DC Comics, StarCraft, and "The X-Files" and, with Brian Herbert, is the coauthor of 12 novels in the Dune universe. His original works include the Saga of Seven Suns series; "Terra Incognita"; "Resurrection, Inc."; "Hopscotch"; and many others. He lives in Colorado. Neil Peart is the drummer and lyricist of the legendary rock band Rush and the author of "Far and Away," "Ghost Rider," "The Masked Rider," "Roadshow," and "Traveling Music."
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