Hey guys, I have some exciting news! Thanks to Titan Books, I'll be holding a Book Giveaway for a new release of theirs. It's called Embers of War
by Gareth L. Powell. Below is the intriguing synopsis for the novel, as well as the rules for the giveaway!
-By winning this giveaway, you will receive one finished copy of the newly released Embers of War
by Gareth L. Powell!
1. Follow my account, @AutumnBookshelf on Twitter.
2. Follow Titan Books on Twitter ( @TitanBooks).
3. Retweet my pinned post that announces the giveaway! (on @AutumnBookshelf)
4. That's it! You're good to go!
THE CONDITIONS AND RULES~
-This giveaway is open to UK/US/Canada only.
-You can only enter the giveaway once, and you must be following both of the aforementioned twitter accounts AND retweet the post to be considered to win.
-Giveaway ends on March 3, 2018 at 12:00am CST.
-Winner will be announced on March 5, 2018 on both my blog and on twitter! The winner will be contacted via Direct Message on Twitter shortly after the announcement has been made.
-Make sure your Twitter account is not on private when the giveaway ends, otherwise I cannot guarantee that I'll be able to see your retweet.
-Winner must be 18 years of age or have parent permission to enter this giveaway.
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“Powell’s writing is fast-paced and fun and full of adventure.
He is – ANN LECKIE, Hugo Award-winning author of Ancillary Justice on
my must-read list.”
EMBERS OF WAR
AFTER THE WAR,
THE BATTLE FOR PEACE BEGINS IN THE
START OF A BRAND NEW SERIES FROM AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR GARETH L.
WAR is the first in a three-part space opera from BSFA winning author Gareth L.
Powell that will delight fans of Ann Leckie, Alastair Reynolds and Adrian
Tchaikovsky. Beautifully plotted and paced, EMBERS OF WAR is a timely and
considered look at morality and the consequences of conflict, delicately
balanced with Powell’s trademark wit and warm prose to create a modern,
page-turning addition to the increasingly popular space opera genre.
warship Trouble Dog was built and
bred for violence, yet following a brutal war, she finds herself disgusted by
conflict and her role in a possible war crime. Seeking to atone, she joins the
of Reclamation, an organisation dedicated to rescuing ships in distress. But stripped
of her weaponry and emptied of her officers, she struggles in the new role
she’s chosen for
When a ship goes missing in a disputed system, Trouble
and her new crew of misfits and loners, captained by Sal
an ex-captain of a medical frigate who once fought against Trouble Dog, are assigned to investigate and save whoever they can.
light years away, intelligence officer Ashton Childe is tasked with locating
and saving the poet, Ona Sudak, who was
the missing ship, whatever the cost. In order to do this, he must reach out to
the only person he considers a friend, even if he’s not sure she can be
trusted. What Childe doesn’t know is that Sudak is not the person she appears
appears to be a straightforward rescue mission turns into something far more
dangerous, as Trouble Dog, Konstanz,
find themselves at the centre of a potential new conflict that could engulf not
just mankind but the entire galaxy.
If she is to
survive and save her crew, Trouble Dog
is going to have to remember how to fight.
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PRAISE FOR GARETH
“Impeccably structured, with
a series of cliff-hangers, but beautifully balanced between big ideas and the
human story. If
you read only one space opera this year, it's got to be The Recollection.”
The Guardian on The Recollection
“Like M. John
Harrison, but without the crushing sense of despair and ennui.”
Philip Reeve on
“Gareth L. Powell is going to
be a major voice in SF.”
Paul Cornell on The Recollection
“Gareth L Powell
has got it just right … The Recollection
is a joy to read.”
Geek Chocolate on The Recollection
celebrated book, innovative, filled with excitement, eminently readable.”
Adrian Tchaikovsky on Ack-Ack Macaque
“I thought that Powell’s
previous novel, The Recollection, was
one of the best things I’d read in ages, and Ack-Ack Macaque, though different in tone, is easily as good. It’s
the most fun I’ve had with a novel in quite a long time and you need to read it
too, trust me.”
on Ack-Ack Macaque
created a vast, thoroughly original world that is so imaginative, emotionally
engaging and frighteningly real that you don’t want to leave it.”
Den of Geek on Ack-Ack Macaque
readable, thoroughly entertaining, and packed full of ideas.” SFFWorld on Ack-Ack Macaque
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
GARETH L. POWELL is the
author of five science-fiction novels and two short story collections. His
third novel, Ack-Ack Macaque, book
one in the Macaque Trilogy, was the winner of the 2013 BSFA novel award. He
lives in Bristol, UK. Find him on Twitter @garethlpowell.
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