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Zoe's Tale

The Old Man's War series

By (author) John Scalzi
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Pan Macmillan, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Tor
Published: 3rd Dec 2015
Dimensions: w 126mm h 197mm d 25mm
Weight: 250g
ISBN-10: 1447295358
ISBN-13: 9781447295358
Barcode No: 9781447295358
'John Scalzi is the most entertaining, accessible writer working in SF today' - Joe Hill, author of The Fireman John Scalzi's Zoe's Tale is the fourth in The Old Man's War series. She won't go down without a fight. It's not every day you up sticks and move to another world. But then, Zoe Boutin-Perry's life has never been ordinary. She's the adopted teenage daughter of two former super-soldiers. She's also a holy icon to a race of alien warriors who track her every move. So she's used to the quirks of being a human in space. However, this time something's different. Betrayed by the authorities, Zoe - along with her parents and fellow colonists - finds herself stranded on a deadly pioneer planet. The Colonial Union has also set them up as a target for hostile alien action. Zoe must become a player (and a pawn) in an interstellar battle, which will determine the fate of humanity. Her father's side of this story was told in The Last Colony, but Zoe's Tale reveals a whole new dimension. It's a story you may think you know, but you don't really know it at all.

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Scalzi's prose harkens back to the Golden Age of science fiction while still remaining fresh and vibrant * Strange Horizons * Astonishingly proficient * Publishers Weekly (starred review) * Scalzi is one of the slickest writers that SF has ever produced * Wall Street Journal * Top-notch. His combat scenes are blood roiling * Washington Post * Clever dialogue, fast-paced story and strong characters * The Times * A fast-paced political thriller laced with observant characterization, great dialogue, and some genuinely original science * Guardian * Gripping and surpassingly original. It's Starship Troopers without the lectures . . . It's funny, it's sad, and it's true * Cory Doctorow * John Scalzi is the most entertaining, accessible writer working in SF today * Joe Hill *