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On another Earth, anything is possible...
Four years ago, Lee's best friend Mal went missing on Bodmin Moor. Their search for an elusive monster had turned up something only too real - and she hadn't seen Mal since. Now, out of the blue, Mal gets in touch. But where has she been, and who brought her back?
MI5 agent Julian Sabreur tried to save a government physicist from a racist attack. But someone else beat him to it, butchering the attackers. His enquiries lead him to Lee - because caught on camera, one vigilante looks suspiciously like Mal.
Daniel Rove, a powerful businessman, dreams of a future under his control. Aided by a mysterious intelligence from a long-dead world, he recruits allies from a parallel Earth, seething with ambitious, hostile life.
The walls between the worlds are collapsing. Every door between us and the original version of Earth, Eden, is slamming open. And anything might come through.
A vivid, imaginative new adventure from Adrian Tchaikovsky, the award-winning author of Children of Time and Children of Ruin.
“Full of sparking, speculative invention…The Doors of Eden is a terrific timeslip / lost world romp in the grand tradition of Turtledove, Hoyle, even Conan Doyle. If you liked Primeval, read this book.”
“The Doors of Eden shows a combination of tight, evocative prose combined with erudition. In a story whose scope is the broad canvas of the history of all life in the universe, Tchaikovsky manages to zoom in on human moments without breaking a sweat. Inventive, funny and engrossing, this book lingers long after you close it.”
“What a ride…talks like big-brained science fiction and runs like a fleet-footed political thriller.”
“Tchaikovsky has created a fantastic and highly imaginative new genre: evolution SF.”
—Peter F. Hamilton
“Unlike anything I've read in a very long time, and all the better for it…Tchaikovsky is clearly at the top of his game right now.”
“As all right thinking people know, Adrian is the best…But this, my friends, is the best of the best.”
“Tchaikovsky’s world-building is some of the best in modern sci-fi and now he has made an enchanting multiverse of parallel Earths.”