Paul Clearwater, a celebrated composer of the near future, arrives in an old-fashioned seaside town to write his Sea Symphony. But when his sister describes a startling invention which revolutionizes music, he realizes that he must return to the city. By the author of "The Snail" and "Blue Fruit".
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Adam Lively was born in Swansea in 1961 and studied history and philosophy in England and America. He has published three novels, Blue Fruit (1988), The Burnt House (1989), The Snail (1991) and a pamphlet in the CounterBlast series, Parliament: the Great British Democracy Swindle (1990). He was selected as one of the Best Young British Novelists (1993). He lives in London, with his wife Diana and their children Jacob and Anne.
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