Caitlin Starling

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Caitlin Starling is an award-winning writer of horror-tinged speculative fiction. Her first novel, The Luminous Dead, won the LOHF Best Debut award, and was nominated for several others. She tweets at @see_starling and has been paid to design body parts. You can find links to her work at www.caitlinstarling.com. ...more

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The Luminous Dead

3.72 avg rating — 6,278 ratings — published 2019 — 12 editions
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“That was the look of somebody resigned to being the monster they knew they were.”
Caitlin Starling, The Luminous Dead

“Time to climb back up,” she said, and began walking. Em blinked. Frowned. “What?” “Climbing up. To the surface?” “That’s not what you said.” Gyre stopped, listening to the water sliding from her suit, pattering against the shallow pool she stood in. “Of course it is. What else would I have said?” “You said time to climb back down.”
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