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#eBookDeal: DINNER AT DEVIANT’S PALACE by Tim Powers is Only $1.99

Right now, you can get the eBook version of the Philip K. Dick Award-winning novel Dinner at Deviant’s Palace by Tim Power for the low, low price of $1.99!

It’s available for multiple platforms:
Kindle | iBooks | Nook | Google Play | Kobo

In case you don’t already know, here’s what it’s about:

Winner of the Philip K. Dick Award: In a nuclear-ravaged California, a humble musician sets out on a dangerous quest to rescue his lost love from the clutches of a soul-devouring religious cult

In the twenty-second century, the City of Angels is a tragic shell of its former self, having long ago been ruined and reshaped by nuclear disaster. Before he was in a band in Ellay, Gregorio Rivas was a redeemer, rescuing lost souls trapped in the Jaybirds cult of the powerful maniac Norton Jaybush. Rivas had hoped those days were behind him, but a desperate entreaty from a powerful official is pulling him back into the game. The rewards will be plentiful if he can wrest Urania, the official’s daughter and Gregorio’s first love, from Jaybush’s sinister clutches. To do so, the redeemer reborn must face blood-sucking hemogoblins and other monstrosities on his way to discovering the ultimate secrets of this neo-Californian civilization.

One of the most ingeniously imaginative writers of our time, Tim Powers dazzles in an early work that displays his unique creative genius. Alive with wit, intelligence, and wild invention, Dinner at Deviant’s Palace is a mad adventure across a dystopian future as only Tim Powers could have imagined it.

This ebook features an original introduction by the author.

No telling how long this price will be in effect, so grab it while you can!

About John DeNardo (13013 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

2 Comments on #eBookDeal: DINNER AT DEVIANT’S PALACE by Tim Powers is Only $1.99

  1. Great read! I miss the cheesy original cover though.

  2. Presumably, you mean this one?

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