The Silver Metal Lover

The Silver Metal Lover by Tanit Lee

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Love is made of more than mere flesh and blood….

Tanith Lee is one of the most thought-provoking and imaginative authors of our time. In this unforgettably poignant novel, Lee has created a classic tale—a beautiful, tragic, erotic, and ultimately triumphant love story of the future.

For sixteen-year-old Jane, life is a mystery she despairs of ever mastering. She and her friends are the idle, pampered children of the privileged class, living in luxury on an Earth remade by natural disaster. Until Jane’s life is changed forever by a chance encounter with a robot minstrel with auburn hair and silver skin, whose songs ignite in her a desperate and inexplicable passion.

Jane is certain that Silver is more than just a machine built to please. And she will give up everything to prove it. So she escapes into the city’s violent, decaying slums to embrace a love bordering on madness. Or is it something more? Has Jane glimpsed in Silver something no one else has dared to see—not even the robot or his creators? A love so perfect it must be destroyed, for no human could ever compete?

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Tanith Lee is an English writer. $$ 0 $$ Tanit Lee was born on September 19, 1947 in London, England. During her higher education, she had to change many jobs, including clerk, librarian assistant, shop assistant ...

She studied for about a year at art college, but quickly came to the conclusion that she prefers to express herself in ways other than painting. Lee began writing at the age of nine, and her first professional publication was published in 1968 in The Ninth Pan Book of Horror Stories. In late 1968, a friend of hers, trying out new printing equipment, printed a book by Tanit Li [The Betrothed] as an experiment. He made, according to Lee`s recollections, about six copies and one of them was sent to the British Museum, where he was listed in the British Museum General Catalog of Printed Books on November 25, 1968. While working as an assistant librarian, Li wrote several stories for children and they were published. But a much larger number of her stories, accepted by the publishing house for publication, did not see the light of day due to declining sales in publishing firms. It wasn`t until 1971 that Lee managed to publish his first children`s-oriented novel, [The Dragon Hoard]. After several years of consistent rejections from English publishers, Tanith Lee contacted the American DAW Books, which without undue delay published The Brithgrave (1975), which was nominated for Nebula Award and Locus. This was the beginning of a long collaboration that lasted until 1989 - during this period, 28 Tanit Lee books were published in the DAW. In 1976, Li left her regular job to become a professional writer. Tanit Lee is the author of over forty novels and two hundred short stories. Her works have repeatedly received the highest fantastic awards: [The Gorgon] and [Elle Est Trois, (La Mort)] - World Fantasy Award in 1983 and 1985, Death`s Master - British Fantasy Award in 1980, the author`s collections of stories "Red as Blood" (1984), "Dreams of Dark and Light" (1987), "Night`s Sorceries" (1988) were nominated for the World Fantasy Award. Tanit Lee died on May 24, 2015. According to John Kane, the writer’s widower, Lee died in her sleep, the cause of death was a relapse of breast cancer. Official website: www.tanith-lee.com Awards and Prizes: World Fantasy Award, 1983 // Short Fiction The Gorgon (1982) World Fantasy Award, 1984 // Short Fiction Elle Est Trois (1983)

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Tanith Lee is an English writer. $$ 0 $$ Tanit Lee was born on September 19, 1947 in London, England. During her higher education, she had to change many jobs, including clerk, librarian assistant, shop assistant ... She studied for about a year at art college, but quickly came to the conclusion that she prefers to express herself in ways other than painting. Lee began writing at the age of nine, and her first professional publication was published in 1968 in The Ninth Pan Book of Horror Stories. In late 1968, a friend of hers, trying out new printing equipment, printed a book by Tanit Li [The Betrothed] as an experiment. He made, according to Lee`s recollections, about six copies and one of them was sent to the British Museum, where he was listed in the British Museum General Catalog of Printed Books on November 25, 1968. While working as an assistant librarian, Li wrote several stories for children and they were published. But a much larger number of her stories, accepted by the publishing house for publication, did not see the light of day due to declining sales in publishing firms. It wasn`t until 1971 that Lee managed to publish his first children`s-oriented novel, [The Dragon Hoard]. After several years of consistent rejections from English publishers, Tanith Lee contacted the American DAW Books, which without undue delay published The Brithgrave (1975), which was nominated for Nebula Award and Locus. This was the beginning of a long collaboration that lasted until 1989 - during this period, 28 Tanit Lee books were published in the DAW. In 1976, Li left her regular job to become a professional writer. Tanit Lee is the author of over forty novels and two hundred short stories. Her works have repeatedly received the highest fantastic awards: [The Gorgon] and [Elle Est Trois, (La Mort)] - World Fantasy Award in 1983 and 1985, Death`s Master - British Fantasy Award in 1980, the author`s collections of stories "Red as Blood" (1984), "Dreams of Dark and Light" (1987), "Night`s Sorceries" (1988) were nominated for the World Fantasy Award. Tanit Lee died on May 24, 2015. According to John Kane, the writer’s widower, Lee died in her sleep, the cause of death was a relapse of breast cancer. Official website: www.tanith-lee.com Awards and Prizes: World Fantasy Award, 1983 // Short Fiction The Gorgon (1982) World Fantasy Award, 1984 // Short Fiction Elle Est Trois (1983)