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   To Die in Italbar/a Dark Travelling, by Roger Zelazny  
 
  Omnibus, first publication in January 2003
 
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      In To Die in Italbar, the galaxy is in chaos, with people falling prey to an unidentifiable disease. Only one man has the ability to help -- a man who can heal or kill with a touch. Known only as "Mr. H," he is being sought after by everyone, but for vastly different reasons. Even Francis Sandow is seeking him, and may be the only one with a clue as to who H really is ... In the bonus novel A Dark Travelling, James Wiley is an "ordinary" 14-year-old who has lost his scientist father to a parallel world in the darkbands. With the help of Becky, his sister with magical powers, Barry the exchange student and Uncle George, the werewolf, James goes in search of his parent. But he must take care: for if there just happens to be a full moon at the wrong moment, James's itchy palms might lead him into trouble...


    To Die in Italbar is the sequel to Zelazny's novel Isle of the Dead, published last year by ibooks in a compilation volume with Eye of Cat.

    Roger Zelazny was a three-time Nebula Award and six-time Hugo Award-winning author of science fiction and fantasy classics.

    Zelazny was the bestselling author of the ten-volume Chronicles of Amber series of fantasy novels, as well as Psychoshop (written by Alfred Bester).

     
     
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  • Magic - Magicians - Sorcerers - Witches - Wizards
  • Parallel Universes - Alternate Worlds - Other Dimensions - Alternate Reality
  • Plague - Disease - Epidemic - Virus
  • Werewolves - Lycanthropy

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