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by L. E. Modesitt


Ghosts of Columbia (Ghost Trilogy). The third in Mr. Modesitt's "ghost" series is, as were the first two, set in an alternate universe in which ghosts and zombies are real, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Czars have survived to the late 1990s.

Ghosts of Columbia (Ghost Trilogy). The Ghost of the Revelator (Ghost Trilogy). And the United States-err, make that Columbia-was settled by the English and the Dutch and its territory consists of much of our universe's United States and Anglophone Canada. The Mormons, however, seem to have settled in their own land called Deseret.

Another of Modesitt's alternate-world yarns where the US never cohered, and ghosts are .

Another of Modesitt's alternate-world yarns where the US never cohered, and ghosts are not only real but the subject of scientific study (The Ghost of the Revelator, 1998, et. Northeastern America. Ghost of the white nights. Environmental scientist Dr. Johan Eschbach and his wife, the world-famous diva Llysette, travel to Romanov-ruled Russia for a cultural exchange and to investigate rumors of a deadly new technology. L. E. Modesitt, J. is the bestselling author of the fantasy series The Saga of Recluce, Corean Chronicles, and the Imager Portfolio.

Here are two adventures from L. s Ghost Books series― Of Tangible Ghosts and Ghost of the Revelator― that bring Johan Eschbach out of his retirement and happy marriage in northern New Bruges and into danger. s Ghost Books series― Of Tangible Ghosts and Ghost of the Revelator― that bring Johan Eschbach out of his retirement and happy marriage in northern New Bruges and into danger and intrigue.

The Ghost Books Of Tangible Ghosts The Ghost of the Revelator Ghost of the White Nights Ghosts of Columbia. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Macmillan PublishersReleased: Sep 1, 2010ISBN: Format: book.

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Start by marking Ghost of the White Nights (Ghost, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I had to take a break before finishing this final book of the three since it really does get rather repetitive in it's basic story line. This time it's off to Russia for politics and double agent work under, again; the cover of the spy's wife and her singing engagement. I really wished more was done with the ghost angle. is an author of science fiction and fantasy novels. He is best known for the fantasy series The Saga of Recluce.

The final novel in the "Ghost" trilogy, GHOST OF THE WHITE NIGHTS, is an engaging entry that focuses on an alternate world. The book wraps up the series nicely though fans will want more novels

The final novel in the "Ghost" trilogy, GHOST OF THE WHITE NIGHTS, is an engaging entry that focuses on an alternate world. The book wraps up the series nicely though fans will want more novels. The story line is at its best when delving into "modern" weapons systems and ghosts in the machine technology. However, long sidebars on Llysette's tour turn readers into ghostly zombies. Still the audience will enjoy the final tale as . paints a realm that feels real from a historical and scientific basis.

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Ghosts of Columbia: Two Complete Novels of an Alternate America (Of Tangible Ghosts, The Ghost of the Revelator) (Ghost Trilogy). ISBN 9780765313140 (978-0-7653-1314-0) Softcover, Tor Books, 2005. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing.

fiction trilogy with Of Tangible Ghosts (Tor, 1994) which Booklist described as possibly Modesitt’s best book. Now, Tor is pleased to announce the conclusion of the Ghost Trilogy with GHOST OF THE WHITE NIGHTS.

Several years ago, established fantasy author . began a science fiction trilogy with Of Tangible Ghosts (Tor, 1994) which Booklist described as possibly Modesitt’s best book. The sequel, The Ghost of the Revelator (Tor, 1998) followed with equally high acclaim. GHOST OF THE WHITE NIGHTS returns to the tale of Johan Eschbach, Professor of Environmental Science and semi-retired secret agent, and his wife Llysette, a world-renowned singer

Set in a fascinating alternative world in which ghosts are real, the United States never came into existence and Russia is still ruled by the Romanovs, this sequel to Of Tangible Ghosts and The Ghost of the Revelator continues the adventures of semi-retired spy Dr. Johan Eschbach.His lovely wife Llysette du Boise, a refugee from the burning remains of France and a world-famous novelist, has been invited to provide a command performance for the Russian Imperial household. Johan accompanies her, allowing him to work on the oil concession in Russian Alaska that Columbia so desperately needs and do some spying on the side. Johan's espionage is carried out against the backdrop of the famous white nights of St. Petersburg, the nearly Arctic midsummer when the sun barely dips below the horizon and the sky seems to dissolve in ivory light. But even the oil shortage will fade to insignificance when Johan discovers what new weapons technology the Russians are developing, a threat even more fearsome than the atomic bombs of Austro-Hungary.Working in the tradition of Gordon R. Dickson and Poul Anderson for hard-edged adventure with sophisticated social and political dimensions, Modesitt provides a unique blend of speculation and intrigue that brings the trilogy to a rousing end.

Ghost of the White Nights (Ghost Trilogy) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0765340320

ISBN: 0765340321

Author: L. E. Modesitt

Category: Fantasy

Subcategory: Science Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Tor Science Fiction; Reissue edition (October 13, 2002)

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Risteacor
I was sad when I finished this, the 3rd book of the series. I wished Modesitt had kept the series going. The story and the characters were complex and compelling. I stayed up far too late to finish this one. I like this author, and I often wonder how he is able to create a reality that is so intertwined, so detailed, so internally consistent and compelling, and then write so many series that are *almost* as good as this one.
Risteacor
I was sad when I finished this, the 3rd book of the series. I wished Modesitt had kept the series going. The story and the characters were complex and compelling. I stayed up far too late to finish this one. I like this author, and I often wonder how he is able to create a reality that is so intertwined, so detailed, so internally consistent and compelling, and then write so many series that are *almost* as good as this one.
Mpapa
The third in Mr. Modesitt's "ghost" series is, as were the first two, set in an alternate universe in which ghosts and zombies are real, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Czars have survived to the late 1990s. And the United States--err, make that Columbia--was settled by the English and the Dutch and its territory consists of much of our universe's United States and Anglophone Canada. The Mormons, however, seem to have settled in their own land called Deseret. Huh? (Alt-hist purists may be upset, more than somewhat, to discover that Mr. Modesitt provides no turning point event to account for the divergence between this time line and our own, but the rest of us won't care all that much.)
Eshbach, environmental economist and sometime spy and his diva wife, Llysette, are sent, at government expense, to St. Petersburg where she will perform before the Czar, while Eschbach himself must negotiate some sort of oil deal with the Russians so that the Austro-Hungarians don't corner the world's oil supply, and of course there are plenty of bad guys around that do not wish for Eschbach to succeed. (Naturally, like any secret agent who has to save the world, he comes equipped with a few special gadgets that tilt the odds in his favor--and usually not a moment too soon at that.)
The book is smoothly written, urbane, and just plain fun. The few hours you'll spend in Mr. Modesitt's company will surely be worth your while. Try it even if you haven't read the first two in the series.
Mpapa
The third in Mr. Modesitt's "ghost" series is, as were the first two, set in an alternate universe in which ghosts and zombies are real, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Czars have survived to the late 1990s. And the United States--err, make that Columbia--was settled by the English and the Dutch and its territory consists of much of our universe's United States and Anglophone Canada. The Mormons, however, seem to have settled in their own land called Deseret. Huh? (Alt-hist purists may be upset, more than somewhat, to discover that Mr. Modesitt provides no turning point event to account for the divergence between this time line and our own, but the rest of us won't care all that much.)
Eshbach, environmental economist and sometime spy and his diva wife, Llysette, are sent, at government expense, to St. Petersburg where she will perform before the Czar, while Eschbach himself must negotiate some sort of oil deal with the Russians so that the Austro-Hungarians don't corner the world's oil supply, and of course there are plenty of bad guys around that do not wish for Eschbach to succeed. (Naturally, like any secret agent who has to save the world, he comes equipped with a few special gadgets that tilt the odds in his favor--and usually not a moment too soon at that.)
The book is smoothly written, urbane, and just plain fun. The few hours you'll spend in Mr. Modesitt's company will surely be worth your while. Try it even if you haven't read the first two in the series.
Risinal
Thoroughly enjoyed this series. Completely different than his other works with a fun twist on ghost. Would have liked even better had ghost actually interacted more with characters, especially in last book.
Risinal
Thoroughly enjoyed this series. Completely different than his other works with a fun twist on ghost. Would have liked even better had ghost actually interacted more with characters, especially in last book.
Keath
Every book I have read by this author has never failed to keep me interested. He adds just a touch of philosophy, and makes you think. Very good series.
Keath
Every book I have read by this author has never failed to keep me interested. He adds just a touch of philosophy, and makes you think. Very good series.
DarK-LiGht
great
DarK-LiGht
great
Moonshaper
A great series.
Moonshaper
A great series.
Pemand
Started this series, but not able to read them through. Found it to be detailed, but not interesting enough to keep me reading
Pemand
Started this series, but not able to read them through. Found it to be detailed, but not interesting enough to keep me reading
quite enjoyed this book, story not as complex as some other of his books.
It was a strange version of the world to move in.
quite enjoyed this book, story not as complex as some other of his books.
It was a strange version of the world to move in.