Voice of the Fire  

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Voice of the Fire is the first novel from Alan Moore, acclaimed comic book writer. The twelve-chapter tome was initially published in the United Kingdom circa 1996. The narratives take place around Moore's hometown of Northampton, England during the month of November, and span several millennia — from 4000 B.C. to the present day. The 2004 edition from Top Shelf Productions features an introduction from Neil Gaiman and color plates by artist José Villarrubia. A new paperback edition, retaining all of these features, is scheduled to be published by Top Shelf in April 2009.



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