|Statement||George Alec Effinger.|
|LC Classifications||PS3555.F4 E95 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||265 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||265|
|ISBN 10||0385414234, 0385414242|
|LC Control Number||90022944|
The Exile Kiss is the third and final book in Effingers Marid Audran series (there is a later book of short stories Budayeen Nights). Audran is now Friedlander Beys undisputed right hand man and now also married by his command. Leaving a formal dinner, both of them are kidnapped by Beys arch-rival and abandoned to die in the desert. /5. The Exile Kiss is the last novel in the three-book series by George Alec Effinger, called Marid Audran. There was actually going to be a fourth book of the series, but unfortunately, George died right after he had started writing the fourth one. The Exile Kiss is a cyberpunk science fiction novel by American writer George Alec Effinger, published in It is the third novel in the three-book Marîd Audran series, following the events of A Fire in the title of the novel comes from Coriolanus, by William Shakespeare: "O! a kiss / Long as my exile, sweet as my revenge!"(Act V, scene 3Author: George Alec Effinger. “Phenomenal. ” —Locus on The Exile Kiss “Truly important. ” —The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction on The Exile Kiss “Fast, cool, clever, beautifully written, absolutely authoritative. A kind of cyberpunk Raymond Chandler book with dashes of Roger Zelazny, Ian Fleming, and Scheherezade--but altogether original.” —Robert Silverberg on When Gravity Fails.
Exile Kiss, the third book in the series, starts strong with Marid Audran and his patron cast into the desert (and stripped of Papa's wealth and influence) after being framed for murder. The book promises a tense conflict where Marid and Papa must pit their wits against the world to regain what was taken, but the novel falls apart in its second. The Exile Kiss: Marîd Audran is finally learning to appreciate the wealth and benefits that come from being on Friedlander Bey’s payroll when a powerful enemy does the unthinkable, and gets both Audran and Bey exiled from the Budayeen. Abandoned in the lifeless and lethal Arabian Desert, Audran and Bey have only one option: survive long Author: George Alec Effinger. ” —The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction on The Exile Kiss “Fast, cool, clever, beautifully written, absolutely authoritative. A kind of cyberpunk Raymond Chandler book with dashes of Roger Zelazny, Ian Fleming, and Scheherezade—but altogether original.” —Robert Silverberg on When Gravity Fails. From the PublisherBrand: Tom Doherty Associates. Get this from a library! The exile kiss. [George Alec Effinger] -- Marîd Audran has risen from hustling on the streets of the decadent Budayeen ghetto to being the right-hand man of one of the Maghreb's most feared men. As an enforcer for the powerful Friedlander.
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The Exile Kiss () is the third SF novel in the Budayeen series, following A Fire in the Sun. In the previous volume, Marid confronted Reda Abu Adil with his wrong doings and Abu Adil offered up Umar Abdul-Qawy as his scapegoat.5/5(5). The Exile Kiss George Alec Effinger, Author Doubleday Books $19 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS Buy this book This is the third in a series about. The Kaiser's Last Kiss was somewhat of a poignant and solemn novel to read. I had read it through an E-book (not a quite convenient way of reading a novel) but it navigated through a Nazi officer and his attraction with a secretive Dutch girl and the life of Kaiser Wilhelm II when he was placed in exile following World War II and Hitler's /5.