30 Days of Night: Fear of the Dark

30 Days of Night: Fear of the Dark by Tim Lebbon

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Marty Volk has a guardian angel. For the past five years, since he was twelve years old, it has saved Marty whenever he’s been in danger. And from a single darkened glimpse one night on the streets of London, he thinks it’s his long-lost sister Rose—ten years older than him, beautiful, intelligent… and deceased. For Rose has become a creature of legend that thrives, along with her undead companions, in the shadows of the human world… one who tenaciously holds on to her new existence, and who will do anything to survive….

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Tim Lebbon (Tim Lebbon) was born in 1969 in London and lived in Devon until the age of eight. His first story was published in 1994 in Psychotrope magazine, and his first novel, Mesmer, came out three years later. Since then, the author has published more than thirty books, including the novels "The Island" and "The Map of Moment" (co-authored with Christopher Golden), "Face" ("Face", 2001), The Nature of Balance (2001), Until She Sleeps (2002) and White And Other Tales of Ruin (1999) ), As the Sun Goes Down (2000) and Fears Unnamed (2004). He is a laureate of the British Fantasy Prize and the Memorial Prize. Bram Stoker. Film rights to his work were bought on both sides of the Atlantic. The dark fantasy novel Dusk, published in 2007, won the British Science Society`s August Derleth Prize, and the New York Times literary version of 30 Days of Night became a bestseller. His new novel, The Fall of Echo City, was published in 2010. Since 2006, Tim Lebbon has been exclusively eng...

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Tim Lebbon (Tim Lebbon) was born in 1969 in London and lived in Devon until the age of eight. His first story was published in 1994 in Psychotrope magazine, and his first novel, Mesmer, came out three years later. Since then, the author has published more than thirty books, including the novels "The Island" and "The Map of Moment" (co-authored with Christopher Golden), "Face" ("Face", 2001), The Nature of Balance (2001), Until She Sleeps (2002) and White And Other Tales of Ruin (1999) ), As the Sun Goes Down (2000) and Fears Unnamed (2004). He is a laureate of the British Fantasy Prize and the Memorial Prize. Bram Stoker. Film rights to his work were bought on both sides of the Atlantic. The dark fantasy novel Dusk, published in 2007, won the British Science Society`s August Derleth Prize, and the New York Times literary version of 30 Days of Night became a bestseller. His new novel, The Fall of Echo City, was published in 2010. Since 2006, Tim Lebbon has been exclusively engaged in literary activity. He currently lives with his wife and two children in Goitra, Monmouth. http://www.timlebbon.net/ Wikipedia