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Lady of Mazes

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Lady of Mazes

    Karl Schroeder is one of the new stars of hard SF. His novels, Ventus and Permanence, have established him as a new force in the field. Now he extends his reach into Larry Niven territory, returning to the same distant future in which Ventus was set, but employing a broader canvas. Lady of Mazes is the story of Teven Coronal, a ringworld with a huge multiplicity of human civilizations. It's the story of what happens when the delicate balance of coexisting worlds is completely destroyed, when the fabric of reality itself is torn.

Brilliant but troubled Livia Kodaly is Teven's only hope against invaders both human and superhuman who threaten the fragile ecologies and human diversity. Filled with action, ideas, and intellectual energy, Lady of Mazes is the hard SF novel of the year.


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     Livia Kodaly opened her eyes to gray predawn light. All was silence within the crumbling stone walls where she had slept.
     Real sheets, not virtual, were bunched around her legs; she clutched a pillow and watched the faint radiance of dawn swing down from the eastern sky. Around and about her, within the walls and ceiling and floating on every minuscule speck of dust, thousands of eyes watched. To them she might seem like a figure in porcelain, her mop of fair hair touched only now and then by errant breeze. So still was she that to those ubiquitous eyes and monitors, she might seem just another fixture of the room.

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