Binary – Stephanie Saulter

CBP - JF - Apr - Binary Zavcka Klist has reinvented herself: no longer the ruthless gemtech enforcer determined to keep the gems they created enslaved, she’s now all about transparency and sharing the fruits of Bel’Natur’s research to help gems and norms alike.
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CBP - JF - Apr - Binary
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Author
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Apr
Binary
Stephanie Saulter
9781780878959
PB
£8.99
Jo Fletcher
Revolution
2
Zavcka Klist has reinvented herself: no longer the ruthless gemtech enforcer determined to keep the gems they created enslaved, she’s now all about transparency and sharing the fruits of Bel’Natur’s research to help gems and norms alike.
Neither Aryel Morningstar nor Dr Eli Walker are convinced that Klist or Bel’Natur can have changed so dramatically, but the gems have problems that only a gemtech can solve. In exchange for their help, digital savant Herran agrees to work on Klist’s latest project: reviving the science that drove mankind to the brink of extinction.
Then confiscated genestock disappears from a secure government facility, and the more DI Varsi investigates, the closer she comes to the dark heart of Bel’Natur and what Zavcka Klist is really after – not to mention the secrets of Aryel Morningstar’s own past…
Saulter writes what she likes to think is literary science fiction. Born in Jamaica, she studied at MIT and spent fifteen years in the USA before moving to the UK in 2003. In 2010 she launched the Scriptopus interactive website for writing short fiction. Stephanie blogs unpredictably at stephaniesaulter.com and tweets slightly more reliably as @scriptopus. She lives in London.
‘Some books are good, some books are even great. This one is important. 4.5 out of 5′ SF Signal.
‘Entertaining and compelling, with a tight and energetic climax … Stephanie Saulter is definitely an interesting writer, and one whose work I intend to keep seeking out’ Strange Horizons.
‘A fascinating and compelling read … It comes highly recommended and we can only hope that the rest of the series to come is just as gripping’ Starburst.