Cassandra Quebec: an artist who had shown the world her soul. At the height of her career she was the world's most celebrated artist, but then she announced her betrothal to minor laser-sculptor Nathaniel Maltravers. A year later she was dead. And now... her death has become a work of art.
Powerful and clever science fiction from the two times winner of the BSFA short story award.
"British writing with a deft, understated touch: wonderful"
-- New Scientist
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-- Paul McAuley
"One of the very best of the new generation of British SF writers"
"Eric Brown has an enviable talent for writing stories which are the essence of modern science fiction and yet show a passionate concern for the human predicament and human values"
-- Bob Shaw
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