New York: Harmony (Crown), (1989.). SIGNED first edition - Described on the back cover as Moorcock's 'centennial novel', this is one of his best - the story of 3 Londoners, patients at the same mental clinic and survivors of the German V2 bombings during World War II. Angela Carter described this as a 'vast, uncorseted, sentimental, comic, elegiac salmagundi of a novel' while Richard Burns called it 'wise and wistful, authentic and authoritative, intelligent and informed. It is a masterpiece.' SIGNED on the title page. 496 pp.