Bel Dame Apocrypha (God’s War Trilogy)

Apocalypse Nyx

Apocalypse Nyx Apocalypse Nyx is grim, unapologetic science fiction at its best . . . gripping. New York Journal of BOoks Ex-government assassin turned bounty-hunter, Nyx, is good at solving other people’s problems. Her favorite problem-solving solution is punching people in the face. Then maybe chopping off some heads. Hey, it’s a living. Her disreputable reputation […]

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God’s War

God’s War Inventive, challenging, tough as nails – just like its hard-hitting heroine. Recommended. JOE ABERCROMBIE On a ravaged, contaminated world, a centuries-old holy war rages, fought by a bloody mix of mercenaries, magicians, and conscripted soldiers. Though the origins of the war are shady and complex, there’s one thing everybody agrees on– There’s not

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Infidel Kameron Hurley’s writing is the most exciting thing I’ve seen on the genre page… What Hurley’s writing has (and it’s something not one in a dozen genre practitioners seems able to generate) is passion. It doesn’t hurt that there’s also a rare freshness to the material, and a heady dash of high octane noir worked

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Rapture Edge-of-the-seat action set within a strange and alien world that’s the mutant child of Frank Herbert and Roger Zelazny. At her best, Hurley’s work rivals that of Gene Wolfe, and it burns like a drug in the mind long after you’ve finished it. David J. Williams After years in exile, Nyxnissa so Dasheem is

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“The Body Project”

In an original novelette set in the same world as the God’s War Trilogy, Nyx and her ragtag team of mercenaries investigate the death of a man she used to serve with at the front, a man who’s supposed to have died years before – and a thousand miles away – from where she finds his

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