Genre Friday: Sci Fi (10/29/21)

This Genre Friday sci fi spotlight transports us to an alternate history where the human race is at the brink and knows that they are not alone + to an underworld of aliens and genetic engineering.

TRUTH OF THE DIVINE by Lindsay Ellis

“Ellis draws skillful parallels between her science-fictional politics and real world issues, gracefully navigating the difficult topics of discrimination, violent extremism, mental health, and addiction. This thought-provoking novel will linger long in readers’ minds.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

DESTROYER OF LIGHT by Jennifer Marie Brissett

“The myth of Hades’ abduction of Persephone, Demeter’s daughter, inspires a dark, poetic tale of struggling human colonists and ambiguously motivated aliens on a distant planet…Richly developed and profound, able to serve both as a stand-alone and a surprising follow-up to the previous work.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

TRUTH OF THE DIVINE by Lindsay Ellis; 9781250274540; available now.
DESTROYER OF LIGHT by Jennifer Marie Brissett; 9781250268655; available now.

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