A Chronicle of the Sibyl's WarSibyl's War (Volume 2)
Tor Science Fiction
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Tor Science Fiction
On Sale: 02/25/2020
ISBN: 9780765367747352 Pages
A legend of Space Opera is back with Knight, the second book in Timothy Zahn's Sibyl’s War series
Nicole Hammond was just trying to survive on the streets of Philadelphia, then she and her partner Bungie were abducted by a race of mysterious moth-like aliens and taken to a strange ship called the Fyrantha.
Now she is a Sibyl, a special human that has the ability to communicate with the aliens and their ship, and no one is happy. Competing factions control different parts of the Fyrantha with the humans and other sentient aliens caught in the middle. But Nicole is done being bullied, and now she has a plan to take control of the ship. She just has to outsmart war profiteers and slavers to do it.
The metal wall section opened up, sending a blast of hot air into Nicole Hammond’s face. Wading upstream against the flow, she stepped to the edge of the dark abyss. A moment later she was falling through the heat and...
Praise for Knight
“One of the first new writers to rivet my attention so thoroughly I almost missed my train. Since then he's grown impressively, and remains one of science fiction's best practitioners of solid imagining and storytelling.”—Stanley Schmidt, Analog
“Tim Zahn is a master of tactics and puts his own edge on complex hard-SF thrillers. His original work is sure to please his legions of Star Wars fans.”—Kevin J. Anderson, New York Times bestselling author
"Good thriller, full of red herrings, blind alleys, and rising tension." —Booklist on The Third Lynx
"An inventive plot…Zahn's strength is hard science fiction, and he excels at technical description. The comic-book-like nonstop action will attract fans of the genre." —RT Book Reviews on Night Train to Rigel
“Timothy Zahn's Judgment at Proteus delivers exactly what his many fans expect: memorable characters, intricate plot, fascinating ideas, and more than a modicum of wit.”—Mike Resnick, award-winning author