A thrilling new music is bursting on to the grey streets of the post-war city. A music that electrifies. A music that promises to change everything. But in Cuba, on the other side of the earth, nuclear tensions are at breaking point. The end of the whole world could be just days away. At the heart of it all is 14-year-old Laura Mann. She's on the run, hunted by strange forces fighting over the future of humanity. And Laura's about to discover that her own life is at stake - in ways she could never have imagined ...'Strong imagination and a capacity for awe abound in the work of Stephen Baxter.' Times Literary Supplement
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(224mm x 144mm x 25mm)
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Author Biography - Stephen Baxter
Stephen Baxter was born in Liverpool and is the internationally renowned, prize-winning author of over thirty science fiction and non-fiction books for adults and children, as well as pieces for TV, film and newspapers. He has worked as a maths and physics teacher and in 1991 applied to become a cosmonaut.