Death and Resurrection

Death and Resurrection

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The award-winning writer of Tea With the Black Dragon and otheracclaimed novels returns to fantasy with the intriguing story ofChinese-American artist Ewen Young who gains the ability to travel between theworlds of life and death. This unasked-for skill irrevocably changes his life-- as does meeting Nez Perce veterinarian Dr. Susan Sundown and herremarkable dog, Resurrection. After defeating a threat to his own family, Ewenand Susan confront great evils -- both supernatural and human -- aslife and death begin to flow dangerously close together.
Publisher: [Gaithersburg, MD] : Prime Books, c2011.
ISBN: 9781607012863
1607012863
Branch Call Number: SCIFI MacAvoy R.A. 12/2011
Characteristics: 333 p. ;,23 cm.

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dprodrig
Jul 29, 2013

Weird, out there and fun. What do you do when your uncle's lifestyle comes out to haunt you? Oh by the way, you never knew (naive adult much) that his addiction existed, and then through this it launches you on a funkier journey through reality where fear becomes a thing, not just a metaphor. Where it causes massive ninja attacks, and gives neighbours a chance to get over themselves and their possible racism. And he gets the girl. Fun and trippy.

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Suzanne_Library
Apr 07, 2013

Not one of her best, but it's so good to hold a NEW MacAvoy novel in my hands. I knew it would be a worthwhile journey, and it was, although the book seemed less well-crafted than the "Lens of the World" series, for example. The different segments of the story were not well balanced. But the characters are engaging and the mixture of humor and suspense holds the reader's interest. The character known as "the Tibetan brother-in-law of the Dead" is a spot-on satire.

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