Book Summary of Bloodtide
Details of Book: Bloodtide (BSID:14321)
|Publisher||Random House Uk|
|Number of Pages||384|
|Dimensions||8.03 x 5.24 x 1.22 inches|
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I first read Bloodtide as a teenager, and it's been a few years since my last reread. Bloodtide is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi novel. The post-apocalyptic part is the London that's been cut off from the rest of the world after the gangs got too big. (Maybe not a proper apocalypse, but it it's treat...
Bloodtide is the first part of the Icelandic Volsunga Saga, replayed in dystopic London where ganglords rule the city and genetically engineered halfmen threaten them from the countryside. Twins Siggy and Signy Volson are separated when Signy weds a rival family ganglord, but treason, war, and in...
This is a harsh, mesmerizing, strange, messed-up book, full of brutal & dreamlike poetic writing, and a brilliantly freewheeling display of imagination. It's like nothing you've ever read: a YA dystopian take on Norse myths. Ancient, shapeshifting magic blends with gritty sci-fi in a devastat...
I've read a lot of self-conscious retellings of myth, set either in the past or in some sci-fi future, and I'd come to the conclusion that it was never done well.So I approached this, and BloodSong, with a lot of scepticism. TBH, I only read it because I was going to be meeting Melvin Burgess at...
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