Down to the Bone Paperback
Part of the Quantum Gravity series
Lila Black faces her greatest challange yet as she takes herself, her dead lover and the AI in her head into death's realm. The Quantum Gravity series, set in a world where our reality mixes with other dimensions that are the homes to Faeries, elementals and demons, is unique in modern SF - a series that is willing to incorporate legend, myth and magic while maintaining a rigorous approach to scientific and pyschological reality. And in Lila Black Justina Robson has created an enduringly strong yet quirkily human and flawed heroine.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 352 pages
- Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
- Publication Date: 08/09/2011
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9780575085664
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Review by wyvernfriend
Dammit, now I want to go back to the beginning and start again. I'd say these would be best experienced read closely together, it took me a while to remember who everyone was and what their relationship was to everyone. Lila Black is more integrated with her lethality, Zal is more shadow than person, an elven musician who has no band and his memories are very patchy. There's also Teazle, a demon who is becoming an angel and possibly Death's Angel, Lila has been married to both but isn't sure which one she really wants to be with, or whether she has to make a choice.The dead are rising, walking through the world and no-one is sure why. The borders between the worlds is a mess and the three of them are pivotal to the survival of all worlds. There are times when it lags, and I should have read it sooner to reading the last, but it was a blast.