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J. M. Miro in Conversation With David D. Levine

June 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Free
View Venue Website, 3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97005 + Google Map

England, 1882. In Victorian London, two children with mysterious powers are hunted by a figure of darkness — a man made of smoke. Sixteen-year-old Charlie Ovid, despite a brutal childhood in Mississippi, doesn’t have a scar on him. His body heals itself, whether he wants it to or not. Marlowe, a foundling from a railway freight car, shines with a strange bluish light. He can melt or mend flesh. When a jaded female detective is recruited to escort them to safety, all three begin a journey into the nature of difference, and belonging, and the shadowy edges of the monstrous. What follows is a story of wonder and betrayal, from the gaslit streets of London, and the wooden theatres of Meiji-era Tokyo, to an eerie estate outside Edinburgh where other children with gifts — the Talents — have been gathered. There, the world of the dead and the world of the living threaten to collide. And as secrets within the Institute unfurl, Marlowe, Charlie, and the rest of the Talents will discover the truth about their abilities, and the nature of what is stalking them: that the worst monsters sometimes come bearing the sweetest gifts. Riveting in its scope, exquisitely written, J. M. Miro’s Ordinary Monsters (Flatiron) presents a catastrophic vision of the Victorian world — and of the gifted, broken children who must save it. Miro will be joined in conversation by David D. Levine, author of Arabella of Mars.

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3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd
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