Wagers, K.B.

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The Ghosts of Trappist

Wagers raises the stakes with exciting action, terrific characters, and an expansive view on life in the universe.

There Before the Chaos

Fans of the "Indranan War" trilogy and lovers of interstellar intrigue will be pleased.

Beyond the Empire

Coming to a satisfying conclusion, Wagers's high-octane space opera trilogy (Behind the Throne; After the Crown) is particularly appealing for its relationships that Hail, who found difficulty in adjusting to her new life, has developed with her team of supporters and surrogate family of loyal bodyguards and servants.

After the Crown

Maintaining the high quality that made her debut one of the best sf books of 2016, Wagers explores her protagonist's criminal past in further detail, revealing how Hail's dealings with vicious criminals has prepared her for her current political crisis.

Behind the Throne

This fast-paced, twisty space opera borrows the political machinations from fantasies such as George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones and Katherine Addison's The Goblin Emperor. [See Eric Norton's "Genre Spotlight" feature, p. 24ff.—Ed.]

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