Solaris Rising 2 by Whates Ian
The New Solaris Book of Science Fiction

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Following the exceptionally well received first collection, Solaris Rising 2 brings even more best-selling and cutting edge SF authors together for another extraodrinary volume of ground-breaking stories.

Having re-affirmed Solaris’s proud reputation for producing high quality science fiction antologies in the first volume, Solaris Rising 2 is the next collection in this exciting series. Featuring stories by Allan Steele, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Kim Lakin-Smith, Paul Cornell, Eugie Foster, Nick Harkaway, Nancy Kress, Kay Kenyon, James Lovegrove, Robert Reed, Mercurio D. Rivera, Norman Spinrad, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Liz Williams, Vandana Singh, Martin Sketchley, and more. These stories are guaranteed to surprise, thrill and delight, and maintain our mission to demonstrate why science fiction remains the most exiting, varied and inspiring of all fiction genres. In Solaris Rising we showed both the quality and variety that modern science fiction can produce. In Solaris Rising 2, we'll be taking that much, much further.

About Whates Ian

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Ian Whates is a director of both the Science-Fiction Writers Association and the BritishScience-Fiction Association. He is the proprietor and editor of NewCon Press. His novels The Noise Within and The Noise Revealed are published by Solaris, he has also written City of Dreams & Nightmare and City of Hope & Despair.
Published March 26, 2013 by Solaris. 448 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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SF Crow's Nest

The problem here was that although there was an impressive amount of invention I had no idea, even after reading the story three times, what was actually going on.

Apr 26 2013 | Read Full Review of Solaris Rising 2: The New Sol...

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