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The Book of Doors by Gareth Brown tells the story of Cassie, who receives a magical book that allows her to walk through any door and travel to different places. However, she soon discovers that there are other magical books with different powers, and some collectors are willing to commit murder to obtain them.
It has the power to make any door every door, allowing her to walk out of her New York apartment on to a street in Paris, Venice, Prague anywhere she's been, or seen a picture of.
Shigidi and the Brass Head of Obalufon by Wole Talabi is the first novel from the Nigerian author known for his award-winning short stories. The story is set in two worlds: ours and the spirit side, where ancient gods have modernized into corporate board members. The protagonist, a minor god of nightmares, falls in love with a succubus and is convinced to partner with her in a freelance life. However, they must complete a dangerous heist for their employer, the Orisha Spirit Company.
The first novel from the Nigerian author of award-winning short stories is set in two worlds: ours, and the spirit side, where ancient gods have modernised into corporate board members who employ lesser spirits to deal with prayers and petitions.
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