The action-packed Expanse series continues in Caliban's War, the sequel to the Hugo-nominated Leviathan Wakes, as a creature of unknown origin and seemingly impossible physiology attacks soldiers on Ganymede, and the fragile balance of power in the Solar System shatters.
On Ganymede, breadbasket of the outer planets, a Martian marine watches as her platoon is slaughtered by a monstrous supersoldier. On Earth, a high-level politician struggles to prevent interplanetary war from reigniting. And on Venus, an alien protomolecule has overrun the planet, wreaking massive, mysterious changes and threatening to spread out into the solar system.
In the vast wilderness of space, James Holden and the crew of the Rocinante have been keeping the peace for the Outer Planets Alliance. When they agree to help a scientist search war-torn Ganymede for a missing child, the future of humanity rests on whether a single ship can prevent an alien invasion that may have already begun . . .
|Daniel Abraham is a prolific American science fiction & fantasy author who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His short stories have appeared in numerous publications and anthologies. His novelette Flat Diane was nominated for the Nebula Award. His novelette The Cambist and Lord Iron: a Fairytale of Economics was nominated for the Hugo Award and the World Fantasy Award. Signed copies of his fantasy series, The Dagger and the Coin, are available at our store.|
|Ty Franck was born in Portland, Oregon, and has had nearly every job known to man, including a variety of fast food jobs, rock quarry grunt, newspaper reporter, radio advertising salesman, composite materials fabricator, director of operations for a computer manufacturing firm, and part owner of an accounting software consulting firm. He is currently the personal assistant to fellow writer George R.R. Martin, where he makes coffee, runs to the post office, and argues about what constitutes good writing. He mostly loses.|
"This is the future the way it was supposed to be."
— The Wall Street Journal
"Riveting interplanetary thriller."
— Publishers Weekly
"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."
— George R.R. Martin
"An excellent space operatic debut in the grand tradition of Peter F. Hamilton.""
— Charlie Stross
"If you like science fiction with great characters and set in real space, you'll enjoy this one."
— Jo Walton, author of Farthing