Memory

By Linda Nagata

Release : 2015-01-31

Genre : Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Books, Fiction & Literature, Science Fiction & Literature, Adventure

Price : 4.99 USD

File Size Bytes : 870815

Kind : ebook

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A stand-alone companion novel to the Inverted Frontier series:

On an artificial world with a forgotten past, floods of "silver" rise in the night like fog, rewriting the landscape and consuming those caught in its cold mists. Seventeen-year-old Jubilee knows that no one ever returns from the silver—but then a forbidding stranger appears, asking after her beloved brother, Jolly, who was lost long ago to a silver flood.

Could Jolly still be alive? And why does the silver rise ever higher, threatening to drown the world? Jubilee is driven to find out.

Leaving the safety of home, she sets off into an eerie wilderness sculpted by capricious tides of silver. In her quest for truth, she will unlock the memory of her own past, and of a history that reaches back farther than she could ever have imagined.

"The feel of visionary fantasy mixes with hard SF in this powerful novel of a young woman's quest for a missing brother in a far future world beset by out-of-control technology." —Locus Magazine

A finalist for the John W. Campbell Memorial Award.

Memory

By Linda Nagata

Release : 2015-01-31

Genre : Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Books, Fiction & Literature, Science Fiction & Literature, Adventure

Price : 4.99 USD

File Size Bytes : 870815

Kind : ebook

(0 ratings)
A stand-alone companion novel to the Inverted Frontier series:

On an artificial world with a forgotten past, floods of "silver" rise in the night like fog, rewriting the landscape and consuming those caught in its cold mists. Seventeen-year-old Jubilee knows that no one ever returns from the silver—but then a forbidding stranger appears, asking after her beloved brother, Jolly, who was lost long ago to a silver flood.

Could Jolly still be alive? And why does the silver rise ever higher, threatening to drown the world? Jubilee is driven to find out.

Leaving the safety of home, she sets off into an eerie wilderness sculpted by capricious tides of silver. In her quest for truth, she will unlock the memory of her own past, and of a history that reaches back farther than she could ever have imagined.

"The feel of visionary fantasy mixes with hard SF in this powerful novel of a young woman's quest for a missing brother in a far future world beset by out-of-control technology." —Locus Magazine

A finalist for the John W. Campbell Memorial Award.