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METAMOR CITY is a futuristic urban fantasy series popularized by the award-winning Metamor City Podcast. Since launching in September 2007 the series has garnered over 3 million downloads and two Parsec Awards for outstanding audio fiction. THINGS UNSEEN is the first full-length novel in a new story arc set in the world of Metamor City.
What critics and fans are saying about THINGS UNSEEN:
"Things Unseen will wrap you in a world of magic and science you won't want to leave. Lester has packed his story with characters you won't forget, concepts that will have you thinking long after the book is done, and enough noir to placate even the most rabid hardboiled fan." – Philippa Ballantine, author of HARBINGER and KINDRED & WINGS
"Easily the best of its genre. ... Five out of five elf ears" – Scott Roche, Editor, Flying Island Press
"Great story! Lots of wonderful humor and some fantastic action sequences." – Abigail Hilton, author of THE GUILD OF THE COWRY CATCHERS