Medusa in the Graveyard
Book Two of the Medusa CycleThe Medusa Cycle (Volume 2)
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On Sale: 07/23/2019
ISBN: 9781250169358320 Pages
Medusa in the Graveyard is the action-packed, science fiction sequel to Emily Devenport's Medusa Uploaded.
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Oichi Angelis, former Worm, along with her fellow insurgents on the generation starship Olympia, head deeper into the Charon System for the planet called Graveyard.
Ancient, sentient, alien starships wait for them—three colossi so powerful they remain aware even in self-imposed sleep. The race that made the Three are dead, but Oichi's people were engineered with this ancient DNA.
A delegation from Olympia must journey to the heart of Graveyard and be judged by the Three. Before they're done, they will discover that weapons are the least of what the ships have to offer.
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My name is Oichi Angelis, and I shall always be a worm, regardless of where I go, because of where I have already been.
I was born and bred in the endless tunnels of a generation ship. All my life I...
Praise for Medusa in the Graveyard
Praise for Medusa Uploaded
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“The first book in the Medusa Cycle does not disappoint.”—RT Book Reviews (4 stars)
“A chilling tale of class warfare in deep space."—Booklist
“Readers will be riveted.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“An enticing start to a new space opera . . . will capture readers.”—Library Journal
“The worlds . . . both physical and virtual, are richly detailed and gorgeously imagined.”—Kirkus
“Fascinating courtly intrigue and bloody power games set on a generation ship full of secrets—Medusa Uploaded is an imaginative, intense mystery about family dramas and ancient technologies whose influence reverberates across the stars. Disturbing, exciting, and frankly kind of mind-blowing.”—Annalee Newitz, author of Autonomous-