Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Hardback Published on: 16/02/2023
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Hopeland is not a nation. It is not a cult. It is not a religion.Hopeland is a community. It is a culture. It is a family.When Raisa Hopeland, determined to win her race to become the next electromancer of London, bumps into Amon Brightbourne - tweed-suited, otherworldly, guided by the Grace - in the middle of a London riot, she sets in motion a series of events which will span decades, continents and a series of events which will change the world.Amon falls in love in that moment of chaos, but being loved by him can have a cost. And while Raisa has Hopeland, Amon has a family of his own, and they have their own secrets.From rioting London to geothermal Iceland to the climate-struck islands of Polynesia, from birth to life to death, from tranquillity to terror to joy, Raisa's journey will encompass the world. But one thing will always be true.Hopeland is family.'How the hell do you research - much less write - a novel this ambitious and wide-ranging? Why did I find myself weeping uncontrollably on a train yesterday as I finished it, literally squeezing my chest over my heart as it broke and sang at the same moment?' - Cory Doctorow

  • Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
  • ISBN: 9781399605731
  • Number of pages: 656
  • Weight: 920g
  • Dimensions: 240 x 164 x 56 mm

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Epic climatic sci-fi

Raisa Hopeland is intent on becoming the next electromancer of London. During a riot she collides with Amon Brightbourne and sets in motion a series of ev... READ MORE
Sharron Elwell
Immersive and engaging
Hopeland is a fierce storm of a book, a story on an epic scale - covering thousands of miles and centuries of time, and also satisfying chunky in the hand.... READ MORE
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