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Twilight of the Gods

No. 84 of 84 in the New Adventures novels series
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By:Mark Clapham & Jon de Burgh Miller
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Released:  December 1999
Publisher:  Virgin
Format: paperback
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Note:  Not to be confused with the Missing Adventure of the same name.

Cover blurb:
‘Oh, why not,’ Benny said. ‘After all, I’ve died before and it never did me any harm then.’

The once peaceful planet of Dellah lies in ruins. The god-like beings who infest the place have lured the inhabitants into holy wars, suicide cults and genocidal pogroms. As they run out of victims, the deities plan to invade more planets — and other races are preparing pre-emptive strikes to stop them. Humankind’s small sector of the galaxy is about to become the battleground of leviathans.

There is just one hope. Professor Bernice Summerfield is, surprisingly, alive and well. And she’s coming home. Bernice and her friends are determined to dispose of the gods once and for all — at any cost.

This is MARK CLAPHAM’S third half-novel. He lives in London, and currently inhabits the scary void between ‘university’ and ‘career’. JON DE BURGH MILLER has written articles for several telefantasy magazines. This is his first novel.

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