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The Stranger By Max Frei

The Stranger
by Max Frei

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An extraordinary international bestseller from the Russian Neil Gaiman.
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The Stranger Summary


The Stranger: The Labyrinths of Echo: Book One by Max Frei

Max Frei, and the Labyrinth of Echo series, is a multi-million copy selling Russian literary sensation appearing in English for the first time in 2009. Intriguing, original, remarkable and wry ...The Stranger is a piece of absolute enchantment. "Splash a bit of enchantment into my glass" ...there is no better phrase to describe the state that a reader may find themselves in when exposed to this strong, absolutely legal, literary narcotic which goes by the name of Max Frei.' - Stolichniye Novosti If it weren't for bad luck, Max Frei wouldn't have any luck at all. A self-described twenty-something classic loser', an insomniac, hardened smoker, a glutton and a loafer, there's nothing much going for Max Frei ...at least not until he arrives in the magical city of Echo. Summoned to the city by the head of the Department of Absolute Order, Sir Juffin Halli, Max's dreams are becoming a reality. But as with all dreams-come-true its not quite the reality Max expected; he's about to become a secret agent, tasked to solve extravagant, impossible crimes with nothing but his wits and a handful of unexplained magical abilities to recommend him. Max is going to be thrown into the fray - and he can't even have a cigarette first ...

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About Max Frei


Max Frei is the author of the internationally bestselling Labyrinths of Echo series starring a character called Max Frei, as well as books on literature and art. He lives in Moscow.

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GOR010438749
The Stranger: The Labyrinths of Echo: Book One by Max Frei
Max Frei
Used - Like New
Hardback
Orion Publishing Co
2009-05-21
544
0575089741
9780575089747
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.