The Exile Kiss

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Macmillan, Jun 27, 2006 - Fiction - 315 pages
18 Reviews
MarÓd Audran has risen from hustling on the streets of the decadent Budayeen ghetto to being the right-hand man of one of the Maghreb's most feared men. As an enforcer for the powerful Friedlander Bey, MarÓd is just beginning to enjoy his newfound wealth and privilege, when he and Bey are betrayed by a rival and accused of murder.

Sentenced to exile and abandoned to die in the vast Arabian desert, MarÓd and Bey must somehow survive the searing sands and make their way back to the now-hostile Budayeen--and, then, take their vengeance.

By turns thrilling and philosophical, The Exile Kiss is the culmination of one of the great works of modern SF.
  

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Review: The Exile Kiss (MarÓd Audran #3)

User Review  - David Mcangus - Goodreads

Much better than A fire in the Sun. This is largely because Marid spends most of his time either in the desert or in Budayeen, drinking with old buddies tracking down leads on this instalment's ... Read full review

Review: The Exile Kiss (MarÓd Audran #3)

User Review  - Kevin - Goodreads

Awww. Disappointing and uneven ending to what might have been a great trilogy. This is one of those books where you feel like the author ran out of ideas. If you really like Marid Audran, then you should read this just to see how he ends up, but otherwise, skip it. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13
Section 14
Section 15
Section 16
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

A winner of the Hugo and Nebula Awards, George Alec Effinger was the author of What Entropy Means to Me, Schrodinger's Kitten, and the MarÓd Audran sequence that begins with When Gravity Fails. He died in 2002.

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