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Politics and magic make dangerous bedfellows.

Deep within the Order, the seeds of corruption have taken root. While younger generations of the Gifted have embraced modern democratic values, a secret society of old-guard zealots seek a return to the past, when only European men of distinguished bloodlines held power.

Now, three venerable European families and a maverick American each plot to seize control of the Order and shape it to their will. A cutthroat game of political intrigue will decide the winner; and the stakes couldn't be higher, for ruling the Order carries with it the power to grant—or deny—an afterlife.

"Game of Thrones meets House of Cards, a terrific read." - Lilith Saintcrow

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The year is 2160. Interstellar flight is common, space stations are as busy as 21st-century airports, and extraterrestrials inhabit Earth. And the Chicago Cubs still haven't won the World Series since 1908. Fed up, two Cubs fans use a time machine to travel back to 1908, recruit (okay, kidnap) two players off the last championship Cubs team, and bring them to the future to help the Cubs finally win another World Series.

The haplessness of the Cubs has won them millions of followers. And whether you're a fan or not, this book may be your one chance to be there when the Cubs finally take the Series.

"1908 meets the 22nd Century, Cubs style. Are you sure this is fiction?’’--Gene Wojciechowski, ESPN

Link to the review in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

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"A tragicomic downbound train powered by hi-octane rock 'n' roll voodoo. From the John Fogarty swampedelic riffs of Part One, to the Jim Morrison Lizard King squalor of Part Two, to the Elvis-in-a-gold-jumpsuit decadence of Part Three, this novel covers more quintessential American pop culture terrain than anything by Salmon Rushdie or Don DeLillo."– Asimov's Science Fiction

"To tackle this sort of dreams-morphing-into-nightmare dark fantasy (which normally is only attempted by the very young or the seriously deranged) takes one audacious SOB–one with classical training, a crazed inner child, parenting experience, a secret inner core of perception and love. . . and raw talent. Mark Siegel has pulled it off. In spades."–Locus

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"Instructions for arriving at the soul"-The Washington Post

"A surreal and fantastic reading experience"-Booklist

From first to last, the stories entertain on levels both cerebral and bawdy; I can think of no higher praise."-Jeff Vandermeer, World Fantasy Award winner

"Daniel Pearlman's stories are perfectly-crafted gems. They are wry and wise, funny and sad-impossibly, all at the same time."-Jack Dann, Nebula and World Fantasy Award winner

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"Fiendish ingenuity."-Asimov's Science Fiction

"Elegant and sophisticated; one of the most intriguing voices active in genre fiction."-Cemetery Dance

"An exquisite collection of literate & evocative stories."-Fantasy and Science Fiction

"Delivers the reader, quite seamlessly, from places of precisely-evoked geography into landscapes of haunting spiritual menace."-Graham Joyce, World Fantasy Award winner

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