Light Raid (Signed): Willis, Connie; Felice, Cynthia

Light Raid (Signed)

Willis, Connie; Felice, Cynthia

ISBN 10: 0441483119 / ISBN 13: 9780441483112
Published by Ace, New York, 1989
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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As new in mylar sleeve. Signed by Willis on the title page. The second collaboration of these two authors, after WATER WITCH. Fine/Fine in John Harris DW: blue cloth binding with gold spine lettering over cream paper-covered boards with marbled endpapers. When Ariadne was 17, the laser beams blasted from the sky--destroying her home, leaving her father helpless and putting her mother in prison for treason. Now, as civil war divides North America, Ariadne must face the greatest challenge of her life--clearing her mother's name and surviving!. Bookseller Inventory # 001060

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Title: Light Raid (Signed)

Publisher: Ace, New York

Publication Date: 1989

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition

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The face of Earth as we know it is being irrevocably altered as a second Civil War rages between eastern and western North America--being fought by massive, deadly laser beams called "light raids"

From Publishers Weekly:

For 17-year-old Hellene Ariadne, being evacuated in wartime means missing all the excitement. While Quebec and the Western States pursue their conflict with laser light raids, the teenager tends younger evacuees in neutral Victoria. Then her mother, Hydra Corp executive Medea, is arrested for treason. Returning home to Denver Springs, Ariadne encounters intrigue and romance as she becomes pivotal to the fates of her family, the corporation and the Western States themselves. For all its futuristic trappings, this reads like the tongue-in-cheek adventure of a plucky Victorian heroine; Ariadne's beau, royal equerry Joss Liddell, even turns out to be working undercover for Scotland Yard. Ariadne, unfortunately, is never more than a pleasant silhouette, and readers will likely admire the authors' resourcefulness more than the character's. Willis wrote the excellent novel Lincoln's Dreams.
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