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The semi-autobiographical story is set in a dystopian Orange County, California in the then-future of June 1994. It includes an extensive portrayal of drug culture and drug use. Winner of the BSFA Awards.
1984 fantasy novel. Although receiving mixed reviews the original hardbound edition spent 12 weeks as #1 on New York Times Best Seller List with a total of 23 weeks in total on the list. Publishers Weekly listed it as #1 for 11 weeks, with a total of 26 weeks on the list.
2002. Pen name of Australian Children's Author Gillian Rubinstein. set in a fictional world based on feudal Japan. The Tales of the Otori series have been sold into 36 countries and have been world wide best sellers. The series initially consisted of a trilogy: Across the Nightingale Floor, Grass for His Pillow, and Brilliance of the Moon. It was followed by a sequel, The Harsh Cry of the Heron, and a prequel, Heaven's Net is Wide.
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