By George R. R. Martin
A exciting REINVENTION OF THE VAMPIRE NOVEL by means of THE grasp of recent delusion, GEORGE R. R. MARTIN
Abner Marsh, a suffering riverboat captain, suspects that something’s amiss whilst he's approached via a filthy rich aristocrat with a profitable supply. The hauntingly faded, steely-eyed Joshua York doesn’t care that the icy iciness of 1857 has burnt up all yet one among Marsh’s dilapidated fleet; nor does he care that he won’t earn again his funding in a decade. York’s purposes for traversing the robust Mississippi are to be none of Marsh’s concern—no topic how strange, arbitrary, or capricious York’s activities may possibly turn out. no longer until eventually the maiden voyage of Fevre Dream does Marsh become aware of that he has joined a project either extra sinister, and maybe extra noble, than his most lovely nightmare—and humankind’s so much most unlikely dream.