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All Clear (Hugo Award Winner - Best Novel) Hardcover – 19 Oct 2010

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  • Hardcover: 656 pages
  • Publisher: Spectra Books; 1 edition (19 Oct. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0553807676
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553807677
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 4.6 x 24.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,676,709 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Praise for "Blackout"
 
“As vivid an evocation of England during World War II as anyone has ever written . . . You’ll find here a novelist who can plot like Agatha Christie and whose books possess a bounce and stylishness that Preston Sturges might envy.”—"The Washington Post"
 
“A tour-de-force. [Willis is] one of America’s finest writers.”—"The Denver Post"
 
“[Willis has] researched "Blackout" so thoroughly her readers may imagine she had access to the time machine her characters use.”—"The Seattle Times"
 
“This compassionate and deeply imagined novel . . . gives the reader a strong you-were-there feeling.”—"The Times-Picayune"
 
“A page-turning thriller . . . Willis uses detail and period language exquisitely well, creating an engaging, exciting tale.”—"Publishers Weekly"
 
“Depicts the times and t

Praise for "Blackout"
"As vivid an evocation of England during World War II as anyone has ever written . . . You'll find here a novelist who can plot like Agatha Christie and whose books possess a bounce and stylishness that Preston Sturges might envy."--"The Washington Post"
"A tour-de-force. [Willis is] one of America's finest writers."--"The Denver Post"
"[Willis has] researched "Blackout" so thoroughly her readers may imagine she had access to the time machine her characters use."--"The Seattle Times"
"This compassionate and deeply imagined novel . . . gives the reader a strong you-were-there feeling."--"The Times-Picayune"
"A page-turning thriller . . . Willis uses detail and period language exquisitely well, creating an engaging, exciting tale."--"Publishers Weekly"
"Depicts the times and the spirit of the British people remarkably vividly. . . . multifaceted and believable."
--"Booklist" (starred review)
"[A] boo

Praise for "Blackout"

"As vivid an evocation of England during World War II as anyone has ever written . . . You'll find here a novelist who can plot like Agatha Christie and whose books possess a bounce and stylishness that Preston Sturges might envy."--"The Washington Post"

"A tour-de-force. [Willis is] one of America's finest writers."--"The Denver Post"

"[Willis has] researched "Blackout" so thoroughly her readers may imagine she had access to the time machine her characters use."--"The Seattle Times"

"This compassionate and deeply imagined novel . . . gives the reader a strong you-were-there feeling."--"The Times-Picayune"

"A page-turning thriller . . . Willis uses detail and period language exquisitely well, creating an engaging, exciting tale."--"Publishers Weekly"

"Depicts the times and the spirit of the British people remarkably vividly. . . . multifaceted and believable."
--"Booklist" (starred review)

"[A] book with something for everyone that ends up working on every level. It is adventure. It is history. It is science. It is, indeed, thrilling. And it is unforgettable."--J"anuary Magazine"

"I loved this book. It is informative, subtle, full of great characters and has a wonderful plot. . . . Brilliant. Willis at her finest."--Michael Moorcock

Praise for "Blackout"
As vivid an evocation of England during World War II as anyone has ever written . . . You ll find here a novelist who can plot like Agatha Christie and whose books possess a bounce and stylishness that Preston Sturges might envy. "The Washington Post"
A tour-de-force. [Willis is] one of America s finest writers. "The Denver Post"
[Willis has] researched "Blackout" so thoroughly her readers may imagine she had access to the time machine her characters use. "The Seattle Times"
This compassionate and deeply imagined novel . . . gives the reader a strong you-were-there feeling. "The Times-Picayune"
A page-turning thriller . . . Willis uses detail and period language exquisitely well, creating an engaging, exciting tale. "Publishers Weekly"
Depicts the times and the spirit of the British people remarkably vividly. . . . multifaceted and believable.
"Booklist" (starred review)
[A] book with something for everyone that ends up working on every level. It is adventure. It is history. It is science. It is, indeed, thrilling. And it is unforgettable. J"anuary Magazine"
I loved this book. It is informative, subtle, full of great characters and has a wonderful plot. . . . Brilliant. Willis at her finest. Michael Moorcock"

Praise for Blackout
As vivid an evocation of England during World War II as anyone has ever written . . . You ll find here a novelist who can plot like Agatha Christie and whose books possess a bounce and stylishness that Preston Sturges might envy. The Washington Post
A tour-de-force. [Willis is] one of America s finest writers. The Denver Post
[Willis has] researched Blackout so thoroughly her readers may imagine she had access to the time machine her characters use. The Seattle Times
This compassionate and deeply imagined novel . . . gives the reader a strong you-were-there feeling. The Times-Picayune
A page-turning thriller . . . Willis uses detail and period language exquisitely well, creating an engaging, exciting tale. Publishers Weekly
Depicts the times and the spirit of the British people remarkably vividly. . . . multifaceted and believable.
Booklist (starred review)
[A] book with something for everyone that ends up working on every level. It is adventure. It is history. It is science. It is, indeed, thrilling. And it is unforgettable. January Magazine
I loved this book. It is informative, subtle, full of great characters and has a wonderful plot. . . . Brilliant. Willis at her finest. Michael Moorcock"

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The thrilling sequel to BLACKOUT, and a superb WWII novel. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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