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Head of Zeus
Ashes of Man
06 Dec 2022 * EBOOK * £7.99 * 9781803287539

The fifth novel of the galaxy-spanning Sun Eater series merges space opera and epic fantasy, as Hadrian Marlowe continues down a path that can only end in fire.

Fiction / FLS (Science Fiction)
Extent: 544 pages
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Kingdoms of Death
Also in Sun Eater series
Ashes of ManSun Eater, 5by Christopher Ruocchio

The galaxy is burning.

With the Cielcin united under one banner, the Sollan Empire stands alone after the betrayal of the Commonwealth. The Prophet-King of the Cielcin has sent its armies to burn the worlds of men, and worse, there are rumours... whispers that Hadrian Marlowe is dead, killed in the fighting.

But it is not so. Hadrian survived with the help of the witch, Valka, and together they escaped the net of the enemy having learned a terrible truth: the gods that the Cielcin worship are real and will not rest until the universe is dark and cold.

What is more, the Emperor himself is in danger. The Prophet-King has learned to track his movements as he travels along the borders of Imperial space. Now the Cielcin legions are closing in, their swords poised to strike off the head of all mankind.

 
Christopher Ruocchio is the internationally award-winning author of The Sun Eater, a space opera fantasy series, and the former Junior Editor at Baen Books, where he edited several anthologies. His work has also appeared in Marvel comics. He is a graduate of North Carolina State University, where he studied English Rhetoric and the Classics. Christopher has been writing since he was eight and sold his first novel, Empire of Silence, at twenty-two. His books have appeared in five languages. Christopher lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife, Jenna.

Merges the best of space opera and epic fantasy.

Book 5 in a critically acclaimed series from a talented new voice in the SFF community.

MARKET: Frank Herbert; Iain M Banks.


PRAISE FOR THE SUN EATER SERIES:
'Space opera fans will savor the rich details of Ruocchio's far-future debut, which sets the scene for a complicated series... Readers who like a slow-building story with a strong character focus will find everything they're looking for in this series opener' Publishers Weekly.
'With the scope of Dune and a confessional, first-person voice that puts us into the mind of a possible madman, this is space opera at its most riveting and grandiose'
B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Review

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