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The Mistress of Illusions

#2 Dreamscape Trilogy

Mike Resnick



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Daw Books
26 January 2021
Series: Dreamscape
Now in paperback, the second installment of a fantasy trilogy from a Hugo award-winning author, this novel offers an adventure through space and time as Eddie Raven tries to outrun the dark forces pursuing him.

Her name is Lisa, and ever since Eddie Raven hooked up with her, strange things keep happening.

How strange? Lisa can take on any role at a moment's notice. She's Maid Marian. She's Elizabeth Bennett from Pride and Prejudice. In an instant, she can become the sexy, gum-chewing secretary to his hard-boiled detective. She can even become Doc Holliday's frontier lady, Big Nose Kate.

But who is she really? That's something Eddie's got to find out before this series of strange adventures, which began in The Master of Dreams, overtakes him. And if Lisa's not enough of a problem, there's also the powerful creature who claims to be the chief demon in hell, who seems convinced that he, Eddie, and Lisa are on the same side.

Is Eddie being told the truth? He'd better decide quickly, because the one thing that's clear is that he's running out of time.
By:   Mike Resnick
Imprint:   Daw Books
Volume:   2
Dimensions:   Height: 171mm,  Width: 106mm,  Spine: 19mm
Weight:   153g
ISBN:   9780756413880
ISBN 10:   0756413885
Series:   Dreamscape
Pages:   304
Publication Date:   26 January 2021
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Mike Resnick won awards in the USA, Spain, France, Japan, Croatia, Poland, and China. He was the author of more than 70 novels and 280 short stories, and is, according to Locus, the all-time leading award winner for short science fiction. Resnick passed away in 2020.

Reviews for The Mistress of Illusions (#2 Dreamscape Trilogy)

Praise for the Dreamscape trilogy A mad jaunt through unwaveringly whimsical worlds.... Brisk, toothsome, diverting, sometimes laugh-out-loud funny. --Kirkus Reviews Fast-paced action and numerous drops into familiar tales will please readers who enjoy Jasper Fforde's Thursday Next series. --Library Journal The Master of Dreams was a fast-moving, dialogue-driven novel, with plenty of laughs along the way. All in all, an entertaining read. --The Future Fire I'd highly recommend picking up this title, particularly if you're a fan of classics like Larry Niven's Ringworld, Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, or even Heavy Metal the movie. --Betwixt the Sheets

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