Dead Girls, Dead Boys, Dead Things by Richard CalderDead Girls, Dead Boys, Dead Things by Richard Calder

Dead Girls, Dead Boys, Dead Things

byRichard Calder

Paperback | February 15, 1998

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This extraordinary trilogy depicts a future gender war that crosses the boundaries of software, wetware, time, and reality itself in its imaginative leaps and bounds. Only love holds the future together in this tale of star-crossed teens whose transformations defy description or imagination.

To read this trilogy is to behold a strange new world, one unlike any other.

Richard Calder wrote these novels while living in Thailand. He currently lives in London. His most recent novel is Cythera, and he is at work now on a new book.
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Title:Dead Girls, Dead Boys, Dead ThingsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 8.2 × 5.48 × 1.08 inPublished:February 15, 1998Publisher:St. Martin's Press

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ISBN - 10:0312180780

ISBN - 13:9780312180782

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This extraordinary trilogy depicts a gender war that crosses the boundaries of software, wetware, time, and reality itself in its imaginative leaps and bounds. Only love holds the future together in this tale of star-crossed teens whose transformations defy description or imagination.

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"Fascinating and superbly written." -Starlog"One of the stranger SF series of recent years...Calder's mix of violent and graphically sexual images and dizzily recursive explications of SF tropes blended through a reality mixer is unsettling, genuinely exotic, and fiercely intelligent. Highly recommended." -Paul J. McAuley, Interzone"A literary head kickc, pushing gender and bio-tech buttons as hard as something like Neuromancer pushed the romance of digital criminality." -Richard Kadrey, author of Kamikaze L'Amour"A future world as rich, dense, and intricate as any in recent SF." -Rob Latham, The New York Review of Science Fiction"The trilogy holds many rewards, cerebral and aesthetic." -Publishers Weekly"Stunning...a wild trilogy" -Science Fiction Age