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Briarpatch by Tim Pratt
Strange Adventures of Rangergirl (his first published novel), Impossible Dreams (his Hugo award winning short story), and number of the Marla Mason books rely heavily on entering and investigating a world next door to ours. Briarpatch is an organic extension of these ideas, following an intriguing cast of characters, exploring some tough issues and proving again that Pratt can really spin a yarn.


2011 - bears - ChiZine Publications - Chris Edwards - Corey Beep - Erik Mohr - fantasy - Locus Recommended Reading - magic car - multiple points of view - nonlinear narrative - novel - San Francisco - shortcut - suicide - Tim Pratt -


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  • Purchase from Publisher: ChiZine Publications
  • Purchase: Amazon
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