It’s an incredibly exciting day as we’re wishing the second of our Solaris Satellites series, The Difficult Loves of Maria Makiling by Wayne Santos a happy publication day… or should we say launch day?!
The Solaris Satellites series brings new, exciting voices to the page, with each novella available in limited signed edition paperback, eBook and audiobook, plus a digital or print season pass giving readers release day access to all three 2021 novellas.
Nobody remembers how the Causality War started. Really, there’s no-one to remember, and nothing for them to remember if there were; that’s sort of the point. We were time warriors, and we broke time.
I was the one who ended it. Ended the fighting, tidied up the damage as much as I could.
Then I came here, to the end of it all, and gave myself a mission: to never let it happen again.
“This time-looped dramedy is as funny as it is thought-provoking.” Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Playing deft games with time, this wryly funny short novel from the author of Children of Time focuses on a war that nobody remembers fighting and a time warrior determined to prevent history from repeating itself.” Waterstones review
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We’re absolutely thrilled to say These Lifeless Things by Premee Mohamed is out now! It’s the first release in our new Solaris Satellites series, in which we bring brilliant SFF novellas directly from publisher to reader. The Solaris Satellites series brings new, exciting voices to the page, with each novella available in limited signed edition paperback, eBook and audiobook, plus a digital or print season pass giving readers release day access to all three 2021 novellas.
She’s not sure what she survived, exactly, only that They invaded without warning, killed nearly all of humanity, and relentlessly attack everyone who’s left.
All she can do to stay sane, in the blockaded city that’s no longer home, is keep a journal about her struggle. Fifty years later, Eva’s words are found by Emerson, a young anthropologist sent to the ruins to study what happened.
The discovery could shed light on the Invasion, turning the unyielding mystery of the short war into a story of hope and defiance.
“Premee Mohamed writes with a joyous velocity that careens through genre-lines, whipping the reader helplessly after her. One of the most exciting voices I’ve heard in a long time.” – John Hornor Jacobs
“One of the most exciting new voices in speculative fiction.” – Silvia Moreno-Garcia