Orbit is ending the summer with an explosion of new and exciting titles, sure to start your fall off right. Debut author Kate Locke draws the reader into a world of steampunk, vampires, goblins, and werewolves with God Save the Queen. Continuing the Victorian steampunk theme, The Iron Wyrm Affair by Lilith Saintcrow explores sorcery and logic, starring a forensic sorceress, a detective, and a conspiracy that will shake the Empire. Two young orphans must find their own fortunes and magic in House of Shadows, the beginning of a new fantasy series by Rachel Neumeier. Sharps, the new fantasy thriller by K.J. Parker, shows dueling can be just as dangerous as war and twice as duplicitous. Jessica McClain is the only female werewolf ever to exist and now must survive against all odds in Amanda Carlson's debut novel, Full Blooded. Also, new to Orbit but no stranger to the science fiction and fantasy world, Michael Cobley brings Seeds of Earth, an epic space opera about an Earth colony in the middle of an intergalactic battle. Finally, Orbit is proud to announce The Soddit, a parody of The Hobbit where Bingo Grabbins must go on an adventure and steal a treasure guarded by Smug the dragon.
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Published July 1, 2012
Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction.