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The Tourist

The Tourist

“A rare treat: a time travel tale that brings something new to the subgenre….A wry social commentary and an uneasy tale of escalating paranoia.” Guardian

THE FUTURE IS ALREADY WRITTEN.

“As fresh and compelling as it is high concept….Immensely enjoyable.” SFX****

THE FUTURE HAS ALREADY HAPPENED.

“Welcome to the 21st Century. Please don’t feed the natives….Echoes of Bradbury and Orwell, in the service of a crackerjack conspiracy plot; a seductively intriguing work of speculative fiction.” Kirkus

TIME TRAVEL IS CONFUSING.

“Leaps of time, identity, and chronology create a dark, chillingly claustrophobic atmosphere.” Publishers Weekly

PROCEED WITH CAUTION.

WHO WILL SOLVE THE PUZZLE OF THE TOURIST?
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Genre: Fiction / Fiction / Literary

On Sale: October 18th 2016

Price: $26

Page Count: 352

ISBN-13: 9780316399425

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Praise

"As fresh and compelling as it is high concept ... Packed with dry humor, satirical swipes at the twenty-first century, and vivid characters....Immensely enjoyable."—SFX
"Welcome to the 21st Century....Echoes of Bradbury and Orwell, in the service of a crackerjack conspiracy plot; a seductively intriguing work of speculative fiction."—Kirkus
"The leaps of time, identity, and chronology create a dark, chillingly claustrophobic atmosphere."
Publishers Weekly
"Dickinson has created a bleak future world and spins a plot most appropriate for readers who appreciate ambiguity."
Booklist
"The story is slowly but surely teased out, intermittently dropping little details while advancing the plot at a breathtaking pace."—SciFiNow
"Riveting"—The Sunday Times