LIGHT. London: Gollancz, . Octavo, boards. First edition. "SF novel, with intertwined narratives, contemporary and from 2400, exploring the mystery of a human skeleton, dice, and an abandoned spaceship on an asteroid in the light of the Kefahuchi Tract." - Locus. "... one of the most complex and daring novels in recent years ... Though superficially space opera, as THE CENTAURI DEVICE(1974) was, this is a work that subverts the genre to Harrison's own particular and challenging ends." - Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-503. Winner of the 2002 Tiptree award (tied with "Stories for Men" by John Kessel). Broderick and Di Filippo, Science Fiction: The 101 Best Novels, 1985-2010 #68. Page edges tanned, else a fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#137443).
"First published in Great Britain in 2002 ..." on copyright page.