What do you try to save when your world falls apart? Gareth L. Powell’s first collection of short fiction features a motley collection of archaeologists, hackers and ex-cops struggling to answer that very question. As their lives implode around them, will they use the moment to save their own skins, or to find a way to make up for past misdeeds?
With settings ranging from the dead sands of Mars to the seedy backstreets of Amsterdam and Buenos Aires, these fifteen action-packed tales explore mind-bending science fictional ideas through the eyes of unforgettable and all-too-human characters.
Publisher: Elastic Press, Aug 2008
“Buy this book and do your brain a favour” – Sci-fi Online
“One of the finest collections of SF short stories I have had the privilege of reading” – Morpheus Tales
“The Last Reef was the best and most exciting short story SF collection in recent years.” – Muskets & Monsters
“Just the way SF should work.” – Warren Ellis
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