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The Map of Moments: A Hidden Cities Novel by Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon

January 27th, 2009 (06:47 am)
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The Map of Moments: A Novel of The Hidden Cities
by Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon

What if you were given a map to a magic that could change the worst moment of your life . . . for a price?

The Map of Moments is a terrifying new thriller of magic and dangerous passions, where an ordinary man searches the magical landscape of an extraordinary city for the chance of a lifetime.

Barely six months after leaving New Orleans, history professor Max Corbett is returning to a place he hardly recognizes. The girl he'd loved - and lost - is dead, and the once-enchanted city has been devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Max has not thought much beyond Gabrielle's funeral - until a strange old man offers him a map, and an insane proposition . . .

"Forget all the stories about magic you think you know..."

It looks like an ordinary tourist map, but the old man claims that it is marked with a trail of magical moments from New Orleans's history that just might open a door to the past. But it is a journey fraught with peril as Max begins to uncover dark secrets about both his dead love and the city he never really got to know. How is Gabrielle linked to an evil group from the city's past? And can Max evade them long enough to turn back the clock and give Gabrielle one last chance at life?

Additional Details:
Published by Spectra
400 pages
January 27th, 2009
ISBN-10: 0553384708
ISBN-13: 978-0553384703

The Hidden Cities

Every big city has a soul, and every soul has a dark, secret side.

Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon have teamed up to create The Hidden Cities - books set in places we all know very well - places which hold secrets almost beyond belief.

The Map of Moments is the second book in the line. The first, entitled Mind the Gap, was set in London. Learn more about Mind the Gap.

Visit The Hidden Cities website.
Visit Christopher Golden's website.
Visit Tim Lebbon's website.