7 edition of Bloodtide found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Blood tide|
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 1946 vol. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||2002595877|
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Bloodtide is addictive reading, you cant just read one chapter you keep going and going and before you know its the middle of the book. There are lots of things I loved about Bloodtide: its gritty, vivid (the world-building is spectacular), the writing and the book doesnt make nice/5.
Bloodtide () is no exception, and, with the except of Lady, it might be his single grimmest work. Based loosely on an old Icelandic saga, Mr.
Burgess paints a ruined London that's home to warring gangs and half-animal warriors. The book opens with the marriage of teenage Signy to the leader of a /5(3). Bloodtide pecks vulture-like at almost every element of human emotion and gnaws wolf-hound style at the moral dimensions thrown onto the book's exceptionally violent battle ground.
As you'd expect of a post-apocalyptic saga blood lust, ambition, greed, lies lay much of humanity to waste/5(13). "Powerfully conceived, Bloodtide is a novel of bristling intrigue. In sharp, confident prose Burgess imagines a startling world of humans and shapeshifters, predators and prisoners, villains and heroes.
It's a fierce adventure that forces your attention and refuses to let go." —Adele Griffin, author of Sons of Liberty, a National Book Award Brand: Simon Pulse. Published by Andersen Press Price £ Age 15+. Straddling a dystopian future and a myth-ridden past, Bloodtide is a savage story of betrayal, passion, hatred and the corrupting nature of power.
Bloodtide Book Summary and Study Guide. Melvin Burgess Booklist Melvin Burgess Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Bloodtide; In a treaty arrangement Val's daughter Signy is married off to Conor. When Conor later arranges the death of Signy's family, and only Siggy survives, Signy starts on her path to revenge.
As Conor is seeking. Buy a cheap copy of Bloodtide book by Melvin Burgess. PART I London is in ruins, a once highly advanced city now a gated wasteland. Within its walls, a bloody war rages between two clans. Hope is sparse, but the people Free shipping over $ Get this from a library.
Bloodtide. [Melvin Burgess] -- London is in ruins, in the hands of two warring families of ganglords, the Volsons and the Conors. To cement a truce between the two families Val Volson offers Conor the hand of his year-old.