If you're a keen reader of SF literature you'll probably know Adrian Tchaikovsky's work. The prolific author won the Arthur C Clarke Award in 2016. We gave his latest novel, The Doors of Eden, a glowing review, saying that reading it is "like bingeing a particularly ambitious TV serial... the contemporary Britain in which it’s rooted is vivid, and it smartly uses elements of crime drama and thrillers as a jumping-off point for a much wilder story."
It centres on Lee, who goes hunting for monsters on Bodmin Moor with her girlfriend Mal. During the expedition, Mal vanishes. Years later, she reappears, a changed person. The explanation: cracks in reality between our world and parallel Earths. Now they're getting wider, revealing extraordinary creatures from worlds where the dominant species evolved from a different ancestor.
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