The Radiant Seas

Author(s): Catherine Asaro
Series: Saga of the Skolian Empire Series No: 4
Genre: Sci Fi
Original Publish Date: Jun 24, 2005
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Audio (15.48 hours)
Product Number: Z100095112
Released: Jun 16, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781624607639
Narrator/s: Anna Fields
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In the continuing saga that began with the acclaimed Primary Inversion, star-crossed lovers Sauscony and Jaibriol, each the heir to an interstellar empire, become entangled again in the machinations of the Skolian Empire. Having faked their own deaths and secretly married, they are beginning to pick up what's left of their lives in exile on a deserted planet with their children. But when interstellar war erupts, Jaibriol is snatched away to be the unwilling ruler of the Highton Aristos. Sauscony must fight her way at the head of an invading space fleet to rescue him from his own empire. With much of interstellar civilization poised on the brink of destruction, it is the devotion of these two lovers, their sacrifices and their heroism, that might just found a new order. That, and their teenage son, who is the genetic heir to a legacy of pain he must rise above.


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The Radiant Seas
Product Number: BX00042501
Product Number:Z100095112
Product Number:DD6215

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Author(s): Catherine Asaro
Narrator(s): Anna Fields
Genre: Sci Fi
Product Number DD6215
Released: Jul 01, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781470889722

Professional reviews

"The sequel to PRIMARY INVERSION continues the story of the Skolian Empire, a saga of interstellar civilizations and conflict. Anna Fields weaves her way through the complexities of a world that takes technological dependence to a new level. Her characterizations of the main characters provide an anchor as the plot bounces between dominant, but very different, cultures. Fields's narration supports mood without exaggeration, providing background and narrative comment without being overbearing. Her style is steady and even, with snatches of sardonic humor, and a strong sense of duty and responsibility underlying the characters' relationships and social roles. J.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"

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