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More Walls Broken by Tim Powers in stock and shipping!

More Walls Broken by Tim Powers

The trade hardcover of Tim Powers' reality-bending new novella, More Walls Broken, is in stock and shipping. (Due to a printer error, the signed limited edition is still a ways off.)

Here are the particulars on the editions available:

Limited: 500 signed numbered hardcover copies, bound in leather, with exclusive full-color plates: $60

Trade: Fully cloth bound hardcover copy: $25

And here are a trio of great reviews the novella has received:

From Publishers Weekly:

“Three professors fumble their way through opening gates to increasing disaster in Powers’s enjoyable novella… He likewise weaves in dark humor amid the professors’ nerve-racking attempts to fix the ‘walls’ between realities. If the tropes inherent in crossing parallel dimensions are overly familiar, Powers (Alternate Routes) puts his own small twists on them, keeping readers guessing about how he’s going to clean up the mess—though some messes may not be cleanable.”

From Booklist Online:

“Powers (Down and Out in Purgatory, 2017) wastes no time with his new novella, packing a powerful story into such a brief and exciting read. Fans of fantasy, the paranormal, and science fiction alike will enjoy transporting themselves into his strange world of ghosts and alternate dimensions.”

From Locus:

“The plot of More Walls Broken may pay an unlikely homage both to classic ghost-summoning tales and to multiple-worlds quantum physics, but it reads like a fast-moving one-act play. The main characters are faculty members of the Consciousness Research department at Cal Tech, which sounds about as ambitiously trendy as UC Santa Cruz’s actual History of Consciousness program, but which turns out to be a lot more old-fashioned—almost alchemical, in fact… the tale not only takes advantage of the comic possibilities of parallel time streams converging, but also develops a rather haunting ‘road not taken’ quality that gives it a surprising depth of feeling.”



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