Tachyon Care Package – The New(ish) Stuff
by Multiple Authors
Available Format(s): Trade Paperbacks
New and only available from Tachyon!
“Sea Change is like liquid nitrogen ice cream—a chilling treat.”
—Greg Bear, author of Eon and Take Back the Sky
From the Nebula Award winning author of Beggars in Spain: A riveting climate-change technothriller of espionage, conspiracy, and stakes so high they could lead to the destruction of humanity itself. In this environmental page-turner, activist lawyer Renata Black—covert member of the Org—must go deep underground to unravel the truth behind the ecological disaster that has paralyzed the food industry and destroyed her family.
“A contemporary fantasy that is wholly original. I want to read it again and again.”
—Ellen Klages (Wicked Wonders)
Ivy and her sisters have a secret: their reclusive Great-Aunt is actually Adela Madden, inspired author of the fantasy classic, Ivory Apples. Generations of obsessive fans have searched for Adela, poring over her letters, sharing their theories online, and gathering at book conventions. It is just a matter of time before one fan gets too close. Ivy must protect what she and her Great-Aunt share: magic that is real and that always prefers to choose its own vessel.
An NPR Best Book of 2018
A Library Journal Best Book of 2018
A Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2018
A Guardian Best Book of 2018
A Barnes & Noble Favorite Science Fiction and Fantasy Book of 2018
A Crime Time Best Book of 2018
Selected as an NPR, Library Journal, Guardian, Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2018.
World Fantasy Award-winner Lavie Tidhar (Central Station) delivers a brilliantly subversive new novel of homeland and identity that recalls The Yiddish Policemen’s Union and The City and the City.
[STARRED REVIEW] “Irreverent, self-depreciating, profane, and funny”
With over fifty unpredictable, scathing, hilarious, and more-than-occasionally moving essays about science, politics, family, pop culture, religion and more, Peter Watts — Hugo Award-winning author, former marine biologist, and “angry sentient tumor” (via Annalee Newitz, author of Autonomous) — shows why he is the savage dystopian optimist whom you can’t look away from.
“[STARRED REVIEW] One of the best story collections of the past few years.”
Come meet Kameron Hurley in a future you could never have imagined: where a body-hopping mercenary avenges his pet elephant, and an orphan falls in love with a sentient starship, and a swamp-dwelling introvert tries to save the world—from her plague-casting former wife.