A Cas Russell NovelCas Russell (Volume 2)
S. L. Huang; read by Lauren Fortgang
S. L. Huang's Null Set is the breakout sf thriller for fans of John Scalzi and Greg Rucka.
Math-genius mercenary Cas Russell has decided to Fight Crime(tm). After all, with her extraordinary mathematical ability, she can neuter bombs or out-shoot an army. And the recent outbreak of violence in the world’s cities is Cas’s fault—she’s the one who crushed the organization of telepaths keeping the world’s worst offenders under control.
But Cas’s own power also has a history, one she can’t remember—or control. One that's creeping into her mind and fracturing her sanity...just when she’s gotten herself on the hit list of every crime lord on the West Coast. And her best, only, sociopathic friend. Cas won’t be able to save the world. She might not even be able to save herself.
MY NAME is Cas Russell.
Except a little over a year ago, I found out it isn’t.
That night a woman named Dawna Polk stood over me and melted my brain, filling it with scenes from a mislaid life, flashes of a...
Praise for Null Set
Praise for Null Set:
"The warning in this atmospheric audiobook, the second in the Cas Russell series, is to be careful what you wish for. Portrayed by skillful narrator Lauren Fortgang, Cas, a math genius and a mercenary, is a mess." -AudioFile
Praise for Zero Sum Game:
"A fast-paced, darkly humorous read with a lot of heart for fans of action and urban fantasy, as well as lovers of Wolverine and other morally ambiguous, gritty superheroes with a mysterious past.' -- Booklist Starred Review
"Fast, furious, and adds up to one of the coolest, most crackin’ reads this year."—Chuck Wendig
"The best novel I've read this year; a heroine I fell in love with."—Eric Van Lustbader
"Cas Russell is who I want to be when I grow up. She kicks ass with her fists and her brain—a true twenty-first century action hero. I loved this book."—Richard Kadrey
"Paced at a flat out sprint."—Kate Elliott
“The smartest and thrillingest book you’ll read all year.”—Ken Liu
"Intense, vivid, and insanely clever, with a great heroine—I couldn't put it down."—Yoon Ha Lee-