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Priest Christopher

The Prestige

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Flyleaf: After ten years of quietude, author Christopher Priest (nominated one of the Best of Young British Novelists in 1983) returns with a triumphant tale of dueling prestidigitators and impossible acts. In 1878, two young stage magicians clash in a darkened salon during the course of a fraudulent sйance. From this moment, their lives spin webs of deceit and exposure as they feud to outwit each other. Their rivalry takes them both to the peak of their careers, but with terrible consequences. It is not enough that blood will be spilt — their legacy is one that will pass on for generations. The Prestige is a chimerical triumph of storytelling magic, a fiercely compelling tale of revenge and illusion. Awarded Britain's prestigious James Tait Black Memorial Prize and nominated also for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, The Prestige is a masterpiece of imaginative storytelling.
Year: 1995 г.

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  1. THE PRESTIGE by Christopher Priest
  2. PART ONE
  3. Andrew Westley
  4. 1
  5. 2
  6. 3
  7. PART TWO
  8. Alfred Borden
  9. 1
  10. 2
  11. 3
  12. 4
  13. 5
  14. 6
  15. 7
  16. 8
  17. 9
  18. 10
  19. 11
  20. 12
  21. 13
  22. 14
  23. 15
  24. PART THREE
  25. Kate Angier
  26. 1
  27. 2
  28. 3
  29. 4
  30. 5
  31. PART FOUR
  32. Rupert Angier
  33. 21st September 1866
  34. i
  35. ii
  36. iii
  37. iv
  38. v
  39. vi
  40. vii
  41. viii
  42. ix
  43. PART FIVE
  44. The Prestiges
  45. 1
  46. 2
  47. 3
  48. ABOUT THE AUTHOR
  49. END


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