Something More Than NightNow available from Tor Books and Audible.com: Something More Than Night...
...a Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler-inspired murder mystery set in Heaven, starring swell dames and femmes fatales, Seraphim and Cherubim, dirty priests and the Voice of God.
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"Superlatives seem superfluous. Instead… wow. Just—wow."
"[A] brain-bending combo of angelic cosmogony, high-level physics, and meta-noir… The result is both dazzling and dark, and more than a little quirky."
"A tour de force… Tregillis solidifies his place as a brilliant voice in the genre."—RT Book Reviews (4.5 stars, Top Pick)
"A beautiful homage to Chandler."
"Addictively brilliant… Ian Tregillis' Something More Than Night is one of those books that manages to be both clever and exciting—you want to pause to admire all the brilliant ideas he's tossing around, but you have to keep turning pages to see how it'll turn out…Thrilling as well as poignant."
"A masterwork with more layers than you realize at first."
"With Milkweed, Tregillis showed himself to be a literary chameleon… Now, with Something More Than Night, he changes voice yet again, and with excellent effect."
—Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing
"Tregillis combines his incredible prose, and [a] stunningly complex world filled with unforgettable characters to create something new, nuanced, and different. This book is impossible to put down, and is an incredibly fast mover… Something More Than Night shows Tregillis at his finest."
"It shouldn't work, but it does. And it is glorious to behold… [O]nce again, Tregillis has put most other authors to shame…You know what’s awesome? Something More Than Night by Ian Tregillis."
"When it comes to the world [Tregillis] has created in this book, I can only boggle in amazement… I am still just so in awe… As always, Ian Tregillis blows me away with his talent and inventive ideas."
"Evanescently poetic—really startingly beautiful in parts… [Tregillis] delivers completely, providing a tightly constructed fantasy that flings itself forward with style and substance."
"With the combination of a fascinating story, superior wit, and a traditional hard-boiled detective fiction plot swerve at the end, 'Something More Than Night' makes for an all-around great read."
"Jaw-dropping prose… The story is deft, heartfelt, gloriously complicated even as it falls into the rhythms of classic noir… The stuff dreams are made of."