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Naomi Foyle / Seoul Survivors
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Seoul Survivors (2013)

Naomi Foyle Seoul Survivors (Jo Fletcher Books 2013)
ISBN 9781780875989

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The dark cyber-thriller Seoul Survivors is the debut novel from poet, performer and activist Naomi Foyle. Published by Jo Fletcher Books (an imprint of Quercus) on 28th February 2013.

‘A meteor known as Lucifer’s Hammer is about to wreak destruction on the earth, and with the end of the world imminent, there is only one safe place to be.

In the mountains above Seoul, American-Korean bio-engineer Dr Kim Da Mi thinks she has found the perfect solution to save the human race. But her methods are strange and her business partner, Johnny Sandman, is not exactly the type of person anyone would want to mix with.

Drawn in by their smiles and pretty promises, Sydney – a Canadian model trying to escape an unhappy past – is an integral part of their scheme, until she realises that the quest for perfection comes at an impossible price.’

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Naomi Foyle / Seoul Survivors Portrait (2008)

Naomi Foyle (2008)
john luke chapman

official author portrait for Jo Fletcher Books

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jofletcherbooks.com
naomifoyle.com

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Og Fegurðin Mun Ríkja Ein (1984)

Og Fegurðin Mun Ríkja Ein (1984)
john luke chapman

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‘The loveliest flower lives in hiding; very few people ever manage to see it, many overlook it, some do not understand its value, while those who discover it will never see another flower again. All day one thinks about it. When one sleeps, one dreams of it. One dies with its name on one’s lips.’

Halldór Laxness World Light (1969)

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Spy In The House Of Love 1 (2003)

 

Spy In The House Of Love 2 (2003)

 

Spy In The House Of Love 3 (2003)

A Spy In The House Of Love (2003)
john luke chapman

1. The Invitation / 2. The Dream / 3. The Wait

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‘Exactly as in a fever dream, there was in her no premeditation, no continuity, no connection. It was all chaos – her erratic gestures, her unfinished sentences, her sulky silences, her sudden walks through the room, her apologizing for futile reasons (I’m sorry, I lost my gloves), her apparent desire to be elsewhere.’

Anaïs Nin Ladders To Fire (1959)