White Is the Color of Death

White Is the Color of Death I wish to entreat you to allow me to speak not on the sciences of weather or geology or even the wild speculations of astronomical influences We need merely to step outside these doors to know that w

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  • Title: White Is the Color of Death
  • Author: Margaret Killjoy Thursday Czolgosz Catastrophone Orchestra
  • ISBN: 9780983497127
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • I wish to entreat you to allow me to speak not on the sciences of weather or geology, or even the wild speculations of astronomical influences We need merely to step outside these doors to know that we have been cast into a sunless world distinguished only by periods twilight and night There is not a man present who does not know that we now live in a land that is beingI wish to entreat you to allow me to speak not on the sciences of weather or geology, or even the wild speculations of astronomical influences We need merely to step outside these doors to know that we have been cast into a sunless world distinguished only by periods twilight and night There is not a man present who does not know that we now live in a land that is being buried under ever snow The world has been remade in winter and twilight, and life in Victorian England will never be the same again These three short stories show us a frozen apocalypse and two very different paths to salvation While communities grow embittered with each passing year, struggling to keep themselves alive, the enigmatic Afflicted hunt down what survivors are left for purposes unknown.

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    1. This is a wonderful, strange little book. Several fragments of stories, all taking place in the same reality. It doesn’t try to spin itself off into a series. It doesn’t try to tell a complete story. It doesn’t even really try to make sense. It just offers brief glimpses into a fascinating world and the people who struggle to live there. I picked it up for the title (and because I know Combustion Books publishes wonderful things) but this far exceeded my expectations.

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