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XFN brings you an exclusive interview with Gillian Anderson, directly from the floor at New York Comic Con 2014!
Enjoy it as she talks about her current projects and the exciting new book A Vision Of Fire, that she co-authored with Jeff Rovin.
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A Vision of Fire is officially out there! Gillian Anderson's first novel has been released, and some of you may have already started reading! However, if you've been living in an ancient pueblo with the Cigarette Smoking Man these past few months, then here are the basics that you need to know about Gillian's new book.
A Vision of Fire is the first in a three novel series called The Earthend Saga. Gillian and Jeff Rovin, a New York Times bestselling author, have written the first together and are working on the final two.
The series centers around Dr. Caitlin O'Hara, a renowned child psychiatrist who treats children in the midst of some of the worst mental crises. In the opening pages, an assassination attempt is made on the Indian Ambassador to the United Nations who is in the middle of tense nuclear peace talks. When his daughter Maanik, who witnessed the incident, suffers a strange breakdown, Caitlin is called in to help.
There's a lot to talk about when it comes to A Vision of Fire, so hit the jump to read more, but beware, there are spoilers! Below is a synopsis, so if you want to read the book first, don't look any further.