Waiting on Wednesday 09/09/15

“Waiting On Wednesday” is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine that lets us feature upcoming releases that we can’t wait to get our hands on!

Mogsy’s Pick:

Planetfall by Emma Newman: November 3, 2015 (Roc)

Emma Newman’s The Split Worlds trilogy has been on my to-read list for a while, so I was intrigued when I heard that she’ll have a new novel out this fall, what looks to be a science fiction adventure with lots of mystery and thrills. I snagged an ARC from NetGalley last week; seeing as there’ll be another big blogger Sci-Fi November event this year, I think this would make a most excellent pick for me to review that month!

(What’s Sci-Fi November, you ask? Read all about it here and here and I hope you can join us!)

Planetfall“From the award-nominated author Emma Newman, comes a novel of how one secret withheld to protect humanity’s future might be its undoing…

Renata Ghali believed in Lee Suh-Mi’s vision of a world far beyond Earth, calling to humanity. A planet promising to reveal the truth about our place in the cosmos, untainted by overpopulation, pollution, and war. Ren believed in that vision enough to give up everything to follow Suh-Mi into the unknown.

More than twenty-two years have passed since Ren and the rest of the faithful braved the starry abyss and established a colony at the base of an enigmatic alien structure where Suh-Mi has since resided, alone. All that time, Ren has worked hard as the colony’s 3-D printer engineer, creating the tools necessary for human survival in an alien environment, and harboring a devastating secret.

Ren continues to perpetuate the lie forming the foundation of the colony for the good of her fellow colonists, despite the personal cost. Then a stranger appears, far too young to have been part of the first planetfall, a man who bears a remarkable resemblance to Suh-Mi.

The truth Ren has concealed since planetfall can no longer be hidden. And its revelation might tear the colony apart…”

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9 Comments on “Waiting on Wednesday 09/09/15

  1. This sounds very interesting! I’ve been looking for more science fiction. And considering joining Sci-Fi November. Thanks for showing this book!.

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