The Stars Undying

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Product Details

Price
$28.00  $26.04
Publisher
Orbit
Publish Date
Pages
528
Dimensions
6.9 X 10.2 X 2.7 inches | 1.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780316391399

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About the Author

Emery Robin is a paralegal, recovering Californian, and sometime student of propaganda and art history living in New York City.

Reviews

"Has the dramatic force of space opera and the lushness of the very best historical fiction. It takes the larger-than-life figures of the ancient world and recasts them against a backdrop of drowned worlds and interstellar empires with extraordinary verve. Gorgeously written, impeccably characterized, and profoundly aware of the way the ghosts of history linger."--Emily Tesh, author of the Greenhollow duology
"An epic tale of love and conquest."--Kirkus
"Emery Robin deftly wields the conventions of science fiction to make old stories new. The Stars Undying is a fascinating, wonderful ride full of exquisitely realized societies and bold, history-shaping personalities. I did not know I could weep for Antony, love Cleopatra, or lament Caesar, but through Ana, Gracia, and Ceirran, I do."--Maya Deane, author of Wrath Goddess Sing
"Gorgeously written, clever and captivating."--Kristyn Merbeth, author of Fortuna
"A glittering triumph of a book that weaves together history and tragedy into a star-spanning epic. I fell into this book and didn't come out for a long time."--Everina Maxwell, author of Winter's Orbit
"Dazzling, transportive, boundless, precise--and dares to ask, what if Mark Antony was the hottest butch girl in space?"--Casey McQuiston, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Beautifully written, with poise and wit and grand epic sweep, The Stars Undying has everything I want from a space opera."--A.K. Larkwood, author of The Unspoken Name
"There's much that will appeal in this galaxy of clever, casually queer characters scheming and double-dealing through the stars."--Publishers Weekly