Strange Cargo

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Ace Books, 2004 - Fiction - 481 pages
6 Reviews
Set in a world where the Ice Age never ended and only a narrow coastline of civilization survives, where Victorian society exists alongside saber-toothed cats and woolly mammoths, Strange Cargois the newest and most darkly engrossing novel yet from the author of Dark Sleeperand The House in the High Wood...

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Review: Strange Cargo (Western Lights #3)

User Review  - John - Goodreads

I enjoy Barlough's pseudo-Victorian writing and his books have been a lot of fun so far. Even when I've given them four stars, however, that's with a caveat. In every book I've read, there's some sort ... Read full review

Review: Strange Cargo (Western Lights #3)

User Review  - The Joy of Booking - Goodreads

A science-fantasy mashup of the movie UP! and a Victorian comedy of manners, this multi-threaded tale is at turns hilarious and disturbing. I love, love, love books with really well-developed ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Jeffrey E. Barlough is a trained biologist and veterinarian with a Ph.D. in Virology from Cornell who has published over 60 research and review articles in scientific journals since 1979. He is also an armchair historian and has edited small press publications of minor and archaic English works.

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