Praise for Gary Gibson
‘A violent, inventive, relentlessly gripping adventure’
‘To be considered alongside the leading triumvirate of British hard SF writers: Al Reynolds, Peter Hamilton, and Neal Asher . . . a treat for all fans of intelligent space opera’
‘High-octane action, terrific future tech and a superbly imagined alien civilisation help to make this a page-turning belter from one of our best exponents of hardcore SF adventure’
‘Gibson has produced a seriously entertaining Sci-Fi page turner’
‘A satisfying and absorbing read from a hugely enjoyable author’
‘Gripping, imaginative and morally complex’
‘A cracking holiday read . . . Gary’s best to date’
‘One of the top SF writers active today…In the right hands SF can be wonderful, inventive, and hugely enjoyable - and Gary Gibson is just that sort of author’
Megan has a mission.
But must she sacrifice herself to save millions?
Pilot Megan Jacinth has three impossible goals. She has to find her friend Bash, who she left for dead to save her own life. She needs to locate a space-faring entity, using Bash to do so. Then she must unlock this Marauder's ancient secrets. And if she doesn't, millions will die. An alien incursion is coming, and the Marauder's knowledge is the key to survival or annihilation.
When Megan finds Bash, he's being held captive by Gregor Tarrant. Tarrant wants Megan dead - but not before he finds the entity himself, for his own dark goals. Megan is desperate to reach the Marauder first, but the price for unlocking its secrets may be too high. Megan should know, as she still bears the scars from their last encounter . . .
'Well-imagined . . . space-faring action from an established name in the genre'
'Gibson has certainly proved himself a name to watch'
'A great high-adventure, action-packed escapade among the stars'
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A great story with multiple threads to it. The backdrop is a little like the Progenitors. Interesting aliens and mad tech appeals to my inner sci fi nut.Published 9 months ago by Sundodger
I haven’t read a science-fiction novel since Blade Runner (nearly 25 years ago). Before that, I think the only sci-fi novel I read was a Star Trek story written by William Shatner. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Troy Parfitt
The Nova War story arc continues here with another satisfactory entry. Gibson does seem to tripping over his ancient, galaxy spanning civilizations in this episode, with every... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Beckers