happy release day!

Today is the official release day for Sharon Lee and Steve Miller’s Necessity’s Child, the newest addition to the Liaden Universe ®.

“Compelling and wondrous, as sharp and graceful as Damascus steel, Necessity’s Child is a terrific addition to Lee & Miller’s addictive series.”—#1 New York Times best seller, Patricia Briggs

Stirring SF adventure from master storytellers Sharon Lee and Steve Miller— #16 in the award-winning Liaden Universe® saga. Space ships, action, adventure—all tied together with a strong dollop of romance and clan intrigue.

The kompani sees none as an enemy, and yet few as friend. The kompani exists in many places, living quietly in the shadows, thriving off the bounty that others have no wit to secure, nor skill to defend. Their private history is unwritten; their recall rooted in dance and dream. The humans of Clan Korval are in many ways the opposite of the kompani. The interstellar trading clan is wealthy in enemies, fortunate in friends. Korval protects itself with vigor, and teaches even its youngest children the art of war.

And when representatives of Clan Korval arrive on the planet Surebleak where the kompani has lived secret and aloof, it seems to the kompani that they are borne by the very winds of change. Change can be a boon for in change lies opportunity. But the arrival of Clan Korval, establishing itself upon Surebleak with its friends, its enemies, and, most of all, its plans may bring catastrophe, changing the culture and the kompani, forever.

In this time of change, the lives of three people intersect — Kezzi, apprentice to the kompani’s grandmother; Syl Vor, Clan Korval’s youngest warrior; and Rys, a man without a world, or a past.

One response to “happy release day!

  1. And as always, it is terrific. I don’t think Steve and Sharon CAN write poorly or plot badly. They continue to remind me of Lois McMaster Bujold in the jewel-like quality of their writing. And I am pleased to see the weatherman mentioned in the story, since I originally bought his story for JBU.

    Once again, nice job…no, better than nice job.

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