THE INNER CITY
ebook

THE INNER CITY

Editorial:
CHIZINE
Materia
Novela
ISBN:
978-1-927469-34-7
Páginas:
225
Formato:
Epublication content package
Derechos eBook:
Copiar/pegar: Prohibido.
Imprimible: Prohibido.
DRM
Si

Heuler s stories dart out at what the world is doing and centre on how the individual copes with it. Anything is possible: people breed dogs with humans to create a servant class; beneath one great city lies another city, running it surreptitiously; an employee finds that her hair has been stolen by someone intent on getting her job; strange fish fall from trees and birds talk too much; a boy tries to figure out what he can get when the Rapture leaves good stuff behind. Everything is familiar; everything is different. Behind it all, is there some strange kind of design or merely just the chance to adapt? In Heuler s stories, characters cope with the strange without thinking it s strange, sometimes invested in what s going on, sometimes trapped by it, but always finding their own way in.

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