Lifeform Three

coverLF3Lifeform Three, my second novel, is a fable in the tradition of Ray Bradbury and Margaret Atwood.

LONGLISTED for the World Fantasy Award. FINALIST in the People’s Book Prize

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  • ISBN 9781909905948

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