Fwd: The Choir Boats-- Free Fiction-- With an Indian Connection
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From: Daniel Rabuzzi <drabuzzi@...>
Date: 18 July 2010 23:51
Subject: The Choir Boats-- Free Fiction-- With an Indian Connection
To: drarvind3@...Dear Dr. Arvind Mishra:
With some of the action taking place in India (specifically Mumbai), my debut novel The Choir Boats (ChiZine Publications, Toronto, 2009; launched at Worldcon, Montreal) may interest you and other Indian readers of fantasy and science fiction.
The Choir Boats is featured as Wowio's July Book of the Month. During July 2010 only, the e-book version is FREE here: http://news.wowio.com/2010/07/book-of-the-month-choir-boats/
Reviewers describe it as “Gulliver’s Travels crossed with The Golden Compass and a dollop of Pride and Prejudice,” and "a muscular, Napoleonic-era fantasy that, like Philip Pullman's Dark Materials series, will appeal to both adult and young adult readers."
The Choir Boats was selected by January Magazine as a Top Ten Young Adult Novel for 2009.
This special edition of the novel includes bonus illustrations by Deborah A. Mills. It's also DRM-free, so it can be read on any device compatible with PDFs, and shared with friends just like a regular book.
Author's bio, publication data and reviews are available at www.danielarabuzzi.com.
Thank you heartily for your time and consideration,
Daniel A. Rabuzzi, author of fantasy novel The Choir Boats (Chizine Publications).
Available from booksellers in Canada, the U.S.A., Australia, and the U.K.
The Choir Boats explores issues of race, gender, sin, and salvation, and includes a mysterious letter, knuckledogs, carkodrillos, smilax root, goat stew, and one very fierce golden cat.