|By (author):||Corey, James S. A.|
|Subject:||FICTION / General|
|FICTION / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure|
|FICTION / Science Fiction / Alien Contact|
|FICTION / Science Fiction / Space Opera|
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|From The Publisher*||The eighth novel in James S. A. Corey's New York Times bestselling Expanse series--now a major television series. |
Thirteen hundred gates have opened to solar systems around the galaxy. But as humanity builds its interstellar empire in the alien ruins, the mysteries and threats grow deeper.
In the dead systems where gates lead to stranger things than alien planets, Elvi Okoye begins a desperate search to discover the nature of a genocide that happened before the first human beings existed, and to find weapons to fight a war against forces at the edge of the imaginable. But the price of that knowledge may be higher than she can pay.
At the heart of the empire, Teresa Duarte prepares to take on the burden of her father's godlike ambition. The sociopathic scientist Paolo Cortázar and the Mephistophelian prisoner James Holden are only two of the dangers in a palace thick with intrigue, but Teresa has a mind of her own and secrets even her father the emperor doesn't guess.
And throughout the wide human empire, the scattered crew of the Rocinante fights a brave rear-guard action against Duarte's authoritarian regime. Memory of the old order falls away, and a future under Laconia's eternal rule -- and with it, a battle that humanity can only lose -- seems more and more certain. Because against the terrors that lie between worlds, courage and ambition will not be enough...
The ExpanseLeviathan WakesCaliban's WarAbaddon's GateCibola BurnNemesis GamesBabylon's AshesPersepolis Rising
The Expanse Short FictionThe Butcher of Anderson StationGods of RiskThe ChurnThe Vital AbyssStrange Dogs
|Review Quote*||"A standout tale of violence, intrigue, ambition, and hope. ... Corey cranks up the tension relentlessly in this fast-paced story of heroes and rebels fighting for freedom. With enough thrills and intrigue for three Hollywood blockbusters, the novel stands alone nicely, making it easy for new readers as well as diehard series fans to dive right in." |
-Publishers Weekly on Nemesis Games
|Review Quote*||"The science fictional equivalent of A Song of Ice and Fire...only with fewer beheadings and way more spaceships."|
-NPR Books on Cibola Burn
|Review Quote*||"Combining an exploration of real human frailties with big SF ideas and exciting thriller action, Corey cements the series as must-read space opera."|
-Library Journal (starred review) on Cibola Burn
|Review Quote*||"The Expanse series is the best space opera series running at full tilt right now, and Cibola Burn continues that streak of excellence."|
-io9 on Cibola Burn
|Review Quote*||"Corey's splendid fourth Expanse novel blends adventure with uncommon decency."|
-Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Cibola Burn
|Review Quote*||"A politically complex and pulse-pounding page-turner.... Corey perfectly balances character development with action... series fans will find this installment the best yet."|
-Publishers Weekly on Abaddon's Gate
|Review Quote*||"It's been too long since we've had a really kickass space opera. Leviathan Wakes is interplanetary adventure the way it ought to be written, the kind of SF that made me fall in love with the genre way back when, seasoned with a dollop of horror and a dash of noir. Jimmy Corey writes with the energy of a brash newcomer and the polish of a seasoned pro. So where's the second book?"|
-George R. R. Martin on Leviathan Wakes
|Review Quote*||"An excellent space operatic debut in the grand tradition of Peter F. Hamilton."|
-Charles Stross on Leviathan Wakes
|Review Quote*||"High adventure equaling the best space opera has to offer, cutting-edge technology, and a group of unforgettable characters bring the third installment of Corey's epic space drama (after Caliban's War and Leviathan Wakes) to an action-filled close while leaving room for more stories to unfold. Perhaps one of the best tales the genre has yet to produce, this superb collaboration between fantasy authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck should reawaken an interest in old-fashioned storytelling and cinematic pacing. Highly recommended."|
-Library Journal (starred review) on Abaddon's Gate