|Series:||The Aleutian Trilogy: Book 2|
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Bell believed she was the love-child of an Aleutian and her human lover, Johnny. What Bella did not know was how this belief would lead her and her self-appointed bodyguard, Sid, into a quagmire of violence, intrigue, politics and danger. This is the sequel to "White Queen".
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- Spirit: or, The Princess of Bois Dormant by Gwyneth Jones
Spirit forms a sort of sequel to Jones's Aleutian trilogy ( White Queen , 1991; North Wind , 1994; and Phoenix CafArray , 1997), but the complex responses to being colonised explored in the earlier work are all but absent here.
- Spirit by Gwyneth Jones | Daughters of Prometheus
The plot of Spirit is based on that of The Count of Monte Cristo, but it shares its universe with the Aleutian trilogy of White Queen, North Wind and Phoenix CafArray. The universe has also featured in a number of Jones' short ...
- The Universe of Things by Gwyneth Jones - Strange Horizons
That's due not to a paucity of interesting themes or angles from which to approach this selection of stories from Gwyneth Jones's career, but to their abundance; The Universe of Things ?as its title implies?burgeons with things to talk about. .... The title story is probably the purest playing of the self-meets-other theme, as a motor mechanic meets an Aleutian, the titular aliens who feature in Jones's Aleutian trilogy ( White Queen , 1991; North Wind , 1994; Phoenix Cafe ...
- The Universe of Things, Gwyneth Jones | Daughters of Prometheus
The Universe of Things, Gwyneth Jones · 12 May ... The title story takes place in the world of the Aleutian trilogy ? White Queen, North Wind, Phoenix CafArray and Spirit - and is deceptively simple. An Aleutian takes its car along to a mechanic to ...
- Jemisin, Jones, Jones | Erin M. Hartshorn
North Wind by Gwyneth Jones. I didn't realize when I picked this up that it was the second book in the trilogy. Reading the first one would have saved me some serious confusion at the outset, as when I saw ?Aleutians,? I ...
- 200 Significant Science Fiction Books by Women, 1984?2001
The Furies, Suzy McKee Charnas. The Girl Who Heard Dragons, Anne McCaffrey. Larque on the Wing, Nancy Springer. Mirror Dance, Lois McMaster Bujold. North Wind, Gwyneth Jones. Parable of the Sower, Octavia Butler.
- Review: White Queen by Gwyneth Jones - The Eyrie
As is, while parts of the premise are interesting, I can't recommend the book. I can see why it won a Tiptree, but it just wasn't a credible enough story for me to enjoy it. Followed by North Wind . Rating: 4 out of 10. Reviewed: ...
- The SF Site Featured Review: The Universe of Things
It's quite a good introduction by Steven Shaviro, he talks about experiences of difference, which is pretty much inescapable when you're writing about Gwyneth Jones, then goes on to say that "the characters are forced into some sort of ... magical , a glimpse of a faerie realm that is both appealing and antagonistic (a familiar combination in these stories; the several stories that are pendants to The Aleutian Trilogy (White Queen, Phoenix Cafe, North Wind), for instance, are full of this ...
- North Wind by Gwyneth Jones ? One Of The Best Sf Books This ...
Download North Wind by Gwyneth Jones ? One Of The Best Sf Books This Century PDF Summary: A sequel to the award-winning White Queen continues the story of Johnny and Braemar, whose exploits have become ...
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- Ambling Along the Aqueduct: Conceptualising Feminist Sf (in ...
I wish I could have managed that trick for White Queen, North Wind, and Phoenix CafArray. Of course, I'd have had to resign myself to having no public life as a card-carrying feminist in the genre community, but as sf people may have noticed, I don't mind staying out of the public gaze. Thereafter, I could have written the Bold As Love books as Gwyneth Jones, and been well under the woeful-extremism detecting radar. Spirit, in its real world form, would have been a ...
Phoenix Cafe: Gwyneth Jones: 9780312865344: Amazon.com: Books Third volume of the trilogy (White Queen, 1993; North Wind, 1996) about the exploitation of Earth by baboon-like, hermaphrodite, serially immortal aliens.
- The SF Site: An Interview with Gwyneth Jones
Born in Manchester, Gwyneth Jones is a winner of both the World Fantasy Award and the James Tiptree, Jr. Award. As well, she is a two-time nominee for the Arthur C. Clarke Award. Her other books include Divine Endurance and Flowerdust.
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... 1995: Michael Moorcock: Blood, Ian McDonald: Chaga, Paul J. McAuley: Fairyland, Peter F. Hamilton: The Nano Flower, Christopher Priest: The Prestige; 1994: Eric Brown: Engineman, Ian McDonald: Necroville, Gwyneth Jones: North Wind, ...
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