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Pan Macmillan
FORMAT: Electronic book text
ISBN: 9781447247616
RRP: £13.99
PAGES: 400
PUBLICATION DATE: September 30, 2021

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Invisible Sun

By (author) Charles Stross

In this chillingly resonant dystopian adventure, two versions of America are locked in conflict. Invisible Sun concludes Charles Stross’s Empire Games trilogy.Two twinned worlds are facing attackThe American Commonwealth is caught in a deadly arms race with the USA, its parallel-world rival. And the USA’s technology is decades ahead. Yet the Commonweath might self-combust first – for its leader has just died, leaving a crippling power vacuum. Minister Miriam Burgeson must face allegations of treason without his support, in a power-grab by her oldest adversary.However, all factions soon confront a far greater danger . . . In their drive to explore other timelines, hi-tech USA awakened an alien threat. This force destroyed humanity on one version of earth. And if the two superpowers don’t take action, it will do the same to them.Invisible Sun follows Empire Games and Dark State. This trilogy is set in the same dangerous parallel world as Charles Stross’s Merchant Princes sequence.

Reviews of Invisible Sun

Stross's ferociously imaginative world-building is on full display here . . . few other writers can match him for humour, creativity and sheer density of ideas — SFX on Empire Games Sheer brilliance: when Stross is in this mood, nobody else comes close — Kirkus starred review on Dark State High-octane thriller action, mixed in with personal drama and some fantastically sympathetic characters — Starburst on Dark State Mind-boggling, complex and truly brilliant — Daily Mail on Empire Games When intrigue, politics and suspense are so well executed, it doesn't matter which realm, dimension or timeline the participants hail from. Add to that a sense of mischief, wit and humour and Charles Stross gives you the full package — Chris Brookmyre on Empire Games Plenty of fun — Locus on Dark State

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