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Debris by Jo Anderton
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Sep 27, 2011 | ISBN 9780857661555

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“This is what modern fantasy looks like. Debris is a strong debut novel from a promising new writer, featuring a tough, professional heroine, a clever magic system and a complex, beautifully realised city. I couldn’t put it down.” — Tansy Rayner Roberts, award winning author of The Creature Court Trilogy, and Siren Beat

“Jo Anderton combines elements of steampunk with her own unique vision to create something striking. Debris is a first novel NOT to be missed.” — Marianne de Pierres, award winning author of the Parrish Plessis and Sentients of Orion series

“Anderton’s debut builds a marvelous world, shakes it to the core with adventure and romance, then wraps the whole thing in one hell of a mystery.  I can’t wait for the rest!” — Ian Tregillis, author of Bitter Seeds
 
“Anderton has a truly original voice, and Debris rings wildly with this. It’s full of magic unimagined by anyone else, and beautifully wrought architecture, familiar yet odd, like a place you visit in a recurring dream. The rise and fall of Tanyana, a gifted, frustrated artist is both painful and transfixing to read.” — Kaaron Warren, award winning author of Slights

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