The Graveyard Game

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Harcourt, 2001 - Fiction - 298 pages
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You wouldn't take Lewis for an immortal cyborg: he looks like a dapper character from a Noel Coward play. And Joseph-short and stocky in his Armani suit, with a neatly trimmed black mustache and beard that give him a cheerfully villainous look-you'd never guess that his parents drew the Neolithic cave paintings in the Cèvennes. But what are these two operatives of the Company doing in an amusement arcade in San Francisco in 1996? They're looking for Mendoza, fellow cyborg of Dr. Zeus Incorporated who has been banished Back Way Back. They're also trying to solve the mystery of her impossibly reappearing English mortal lover. Soon they will begin uncovering some extremely hush-hush stuff about what the Company has been doing with the cyborgs it no longer wants in the field. With this fourth book in the Company series, Kage Baker once again takes the reader on a wry, intelligent, and absorbing journey into the future and the past.

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Review: The Graveyard Game (The Company #4)

User Review  - Kerry - Goodreads

The Graveyard Game - Kage Baker (9/10) More brilliance from Kage Baker. With this one, we finally leave our past and move into the author's imagined future. Because the story spans a couple of ... Read full review

Review: The Graveyard Game (The Company #4)

User Review  - Beth - Goodreads

Book 4 of the Company series. Left me with more questions than answers! WTF happens in 2355? Must continue the series. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Kage Baker was born in Hollywood, California on June 10, 1952. Her first novel, In the Garden of Iden, was published in 1997. She was a science fiction and fantasy writer, who was best known for The Company series. Her other works included Mendoza in Hollywood (2000), House of the Stag (2009), and the short story Caverns of Mystery (2009). The Empress of Mars (2003) won the Theodore Sturgeon Award. She died from uterine cancer on January 31, 2010.

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