happy release day

Today is the official publication day for Ghost Ship, the most recent Liaden novel by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller.

Bringing the Korval’s Game (includes Plan B and I Dare) and Saltation threads together….

Theo Waitley is an ace starship pilot – and pure maverick. Her mom is a renown Terran scholar and her birth father is an interstellar aristocrat in hiding. Whatever, thinks Theo. She still feels like a socially-challenged misfit. But after being selected to train with the best-of-the-best at the pilot academy, she figures she can leave behind those gawky, misfit days of teenage angst that made life so complicated before! But for Theo, life is about to get even MORE complicated – and deadlier still. For even though she’s survived the Academy and become one of the best pilots in the galaxy, the past is about to blast her with gale-force winds. Theo can run, but she can’t hide. Her destiny as master pilot and leader of a powerful Liaden clan calls, and there are LOTS of enemies who will try to make sure she’s quite dead before she has the chance to make an answer.

Also out today: the paperback release of Ken Scholes’ Antiphon.

The third installment of Scholes’s grand-scale Psalms of Isaak saga expands the genre-blending narrative in glorious style. The secret revival of the bloody Y’Zirite religion, which may be an elaborate conspiracy created generations ago to bring down the Androfrancine Order, has brought madness to the Named Lands. Gypsy King Rudolfo, whose infant son is being called the “Child of Promise” by the cultists, finds blood-magicked spies in his home and enemies in his forest. And as the invisible enemy furthers its masterfully orchestrated invasion, Rudolfo and others hear an ethereal music that seems to require some kind of response. A diverse cast of dynamic characters, a tantalizingly labyrinthine mystery, a world full of wonders, and powerful symbolism and imagery power this seamless merging of epic fantasy and science fiction. –Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

Read Lamentation and Canticle — Book 1 and Book 2 of the Psalms of Isaak, both of which also garnered Starred Reviews.

One response to “happy release day

  1. Congrats! I love the concpet and can’t wait to read it! I have 59 days to my own release day for A Marked Past. Sneak Peek at: http://www.amarkedpast.com

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