Cover Reveal for 'The Language of Corpses'
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The Language of
Corpses

The year is 2728, and instantaneous travel is possible by gating from one body to another on any of 300 human-inhabited worlds. On Cecrops, Jazari wants to escape her boss, a crime lord, and figure out why she’s always heard voices in her head. On Corvus, Eala is a scientist studying the mammal-like taktak who wants to understand their telepathic abilities. In the outer reaches of the Sol system, ZD777 wakes from cryo, alone on a frozen asteroid that is about to explode.

 

Chance throws them together, and they have to figure out not only how to save themselves but also a mystery with implications for the future of humankind. Readers of Ann Leckie and James S.A. Corey will enjoy this character-based space opera.

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About
TT Linse

TT Linse is the author of the Mechalum Space science fiction series. The first, The Language of Corpses (Salix 2020), was awarded a starred review from Kirkus. Find out more about TT, and be sure to check out her blog or connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
 
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"Complex and brilliant… A magnificently imaginative space opera."  — Prairies Book Review, five stars

"Some of the speculations here (especially concerning the nature of intelligence, biologically native or artificial) could have taught Isaac Asimov a thing or two." — Kirkus starred review

She Dies in the End, I Think

An episodic space adventure available on Amazon's newest platform, Kindle Vella

Episode 1:

In Which Dosta Is Tranqed Out of Her Gourd

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