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Julian: A Spy Thriller Sci-Fi and Fantasy Collection (2nd Edition)

Raphael Shonibare



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19 December 2019
Anthologies (non-poetry); Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945); Espionage & spy thriller; Science fiction; Fantasy; Short Stories Fantasy; Short Stories Horror; Short Stories Sci-Fi; Dystopia; Society; Fantasy; Advanced Technology; Spies / Espionage; Thriller Horror; Technothriller; Thriller Fantasy
Julian - A powerful organisation develops mind-controlling technology and takes control of the United Kingdom, turning it into a fascist state, leaving its fate in the hands of three hackers - Spy Thriller.

Delilah - A tempestuous night leads a woman to a house, bringing desolation - Fantasy.

Miranda-1 - A doctor lures the unsuspecting to a mysterious hospital, where no one ever leaves... alive - Sci-fi.

Eden - In his search for Eden, a man comes face-to-face with powers of darkness, determined to sabotage his mission - Fantasy.

Second edition
By:   Raphael Shonibare
Imprint:   Miscellaneous
Edition:   2nd Edition ed.
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 127mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   231g
ISBN:   9781916459137
ISBN 10:   1916459137
Pages:   94
Publication Date:   19 December 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Raphael O Shonibare is a fiction writer, who hopes to inspire readers and transport them to fantastical and mysterious worlds. After leaving the corporate world behind, Raphael decided to pursue his dream of writing. Born in Great Britain, he has lived in West Africa, USA, Southeast Asia and Spain. Raphael resides in London.

Reviews for Julian: A Spy Thriller Sci-Fi and Fantasy Collection (2nd Edition)

Julian is '... the best of the stories, with a fast pace and a solid plot... Speculative fiction fans will be intrigued by the futuristic and fantastical ideas in this wide-ranging short collection... Great for fans of Kit Reed, Daniel H. Wilson, Kevin J. Anderson.' - Booklife.

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