Binary Storm

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Product Details
Price
$14.99  $13.94
Publisher
Angry Robot
Publish Date
Pages
432
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.5 X 1.2 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780857666215

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About the Author
Christopher Hinz is the author of five science fiction books. Liege-Killer won the Compton Crook Award for best first novel and was nominated for the John W. Campbell Award for best new writer. He has written screenplays and a graphic novel, scripted comics for DC and Marvel, and has worked as a newspaper reporter and technical administrator of a small TV station.

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Author hometown: Reading, Pennsylvania
Reviews
"This is a fast-paced future thriller that delivers on the promise of its high-concept premise."
--The B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog

"This is, genuinely, a good book that appeals to my love of sci-fi, intelligent characters and puns."
--Purple Owl Reviews

"You'll want to hang in there for the entirety of the ride."
--Strange Alliances

"Fast-paced action, with political intrigue, and spy-craft-like war make for a book that thrills and excites in equal measure."
--Morpheus Tales

"Highly engrossing and fascinating."
--Manhattan Book Review

"There is enough futuristic fighting to keep action fans happy. Hinz delivers the action in a fluid writing style that makes Binary Storm easy to read."
--Tzer Island

Praise and Reviews for Liege Killer

"[Liege-Killer is] a genuine page-turner, beautifully written and exciting from start to finish... Hinz presents this material with the assurance of classic sf and the vividness of the new masters . . . Don't miss it."
--Locus

"Liege-Killer moves along at a brisk clip, providing one action-filled scene after another. Hinz writes with skill and verve. His world is logical and alive, and he peoples it with credible and compelling characters."
--San Francisco Chronicle