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The Recollection

Tenth Anniversary Edition

Gareth L Powell

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SOLARIS
27 April 2021
TENTH ANNIVERSARY EDITION.

It is an evil born of war. It is the end of all things.

Four hundred years ago, Ed and Alice Rico threw themselves through a mysterious portal on the London Underground, hunting for Ed's lost brother-Alice's husband-Verne.

Now, starship captain Katherine Abdulov embarks on a desperate race against ruthless rival captain-and her former lover-Victor Luciano, to try and earn back her family's trust.

Tomorrow, all their lives will be thrown together by disaster, as an ancient evil stirs among the stars, threatening the survival of all life...
By:   Gareth L Powell
Imprint:   SOLARIS
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 129mm,  Spine: 25mm
Weight:   299g
ISBN:   9781781088791
ISBN 10:   1781088799
Pages:   384
Publication Date:   27 April 2021
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Gareth L. Powell was born in Bristol in 1970 and still lives nearby. He began writing at school and sold his first professional short story to Interzone magazine in 2006. He has written many novels, including the Embers of War series, the Ack-Ack Macaque trilogy, and the standalone novels The Recollection and Silversands. He has also written two short story collections, the horror novella Ragged Alice, and the nonfiction guide, About Writing. Powell's novels have twice won the British Science Fiction Association Award for Best Novel and been finalists for both the Locus Award in the US and the Seiun Award in Japan.

Reviews for The Recollection: Tenth Anniversary Edition

Stunning, fresh and exciting, great adventure, elegantly strung together. * SFReviews.com * Gareth L. Powell joins the ranks of Reynolds, Banks, Hamilton and others at the forefront of science fiction. * SF Book Reviews * If you read only one space opera this year, it's got to be The Recollection. * The Guardian *


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