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Experience the rush of racing across rooftops with thieves—or the desperation of fleeing an assassin who knows you a little too well. From the fish market of a tropical island sultanate, to the monster-filled alleys of a steampunk London, to a land where souls take different forms as they rise or fall through the layers of the world, this collection of chase scenes and vignettes set in nine distinctive worlds will leave you spellbound.
Find unexpected allies, unshakeable enemies, sudden twists and turns, and always the swiftness of the chase—whether you’re on the hunt, or racing for your life.
This sampler includes an exclusive bonus scene set during the events of Tea Set and Match by Casey Blair, available for free online, and a scene from an unpublished novel by Rachel Neumeier not available anywhere else. The excerpts by Intisar Khanani, Raf Morgan, P. Djèlí Clark, Sherwood Smith, Joyce Chng, Melissa McShane, and Andrea K. Höst are from longer works that are available for sale at all major retailers.
The stories in this collection merge technological wonder with the everyday. Children upgrade their fighting spiders with armor, and toymakers create punchcard-driven marionettes. Large fish lumber across the skies, while boat people find a new home on the edge of a different dimension. Technology and tradition meld as the people adapt to the changing forces of their world. The Sea Is Ours is an exciting new anthology that features stories infused with the spirits of Southeast Asia’s diverse peoples, legends, and geography.
‘Reborn’ by Nidhi Singh
‘The Star Ball’ by Amy Fontaine
‘Raising Words’ by Stewart C. Baker
‘Apsaras’ Dance’ by Kelly Matsuura
‘We, the Ravens of Bai Gao Lou’ by Russell Hemmell
‘The Azure Dragon’ by Lorraine Schein
‘The Churail and the Crow’ by Keyan Bowes
‘Vermillion Nights’ by Joyce Chng
‘Stars Bright as Light’ by Joyce Chng
‘Islets of the Blest’ by Nidhi Singh
‘Uncle Ping’s Evening Farewell’ by Ray Daley
‘Connecting Through the Cosmos’ by Holly Schofield
‘The Galaxy’s Cube’ by Jeremy Szal
‘Kill / Switch’ by L. Chan
‘The Drowning Pool’ by Vonnie W. Crist
‘Love and Relativity’ by Stewart C. Baker
Xin inherits a vineyard on a distant planet, and moves there to build a life… but an interstellar war intervenes. Will Xin’s dreams of a new life get caught in the crossfire? Xin's understanding of family and sense of self must evolve to cope with the changes brought by life on a new planet and a war that threatens everything.
“Wolves should not be in space, but here we were, a clan of wolves and merchants. Instead of the preserved forests of New Earth and Noah’s Ark, we were in ships of steel and armor, reading data scans and commanding officers on the bridge. Wolves within the uniform of merchants and mercenaries, human seeming, claws and teeth sheathed.”
– Captain Francesca Ming Yue, of the warship Starfang.
Welcome to Starfang, a space opera with werewolves, politics and intrigue.