Iron Sunrise (Eschaton #2) - Charles Stross7.66

Charles Stross's "visionary" (Library Journal) debut novel Singularity Sky was hailed as "a carnival of ideas" (Michael Swanwick) and sealed his reputation as the writer who "owns the cutting edge of science fiction" (James Patrick Kelly). Now he moves beyond that horizon with his stunning sequel, Iron Sunrise.

When the planet of Moscow was annihilated, its few survivors launched a counter-attack against the most likely culprit: the neighboring system of New Dresden. But New Dresden wasn't responsible, and as the deadly missiles approach their target, Rachel Mansour, agent for the interests of Old Earth, is assigned to find out who was.

And the one person who knows is a disaffected teenager who calls herself Wednesday Shadowmist. But Wednesday has no idea what she knows...


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Release date: 2004
Genres: science fictionspace opera
Average rating: 7.66/10
Total ratings: 3
Updated: August 13, 2021

Eschaton :: Series

Timelike Diplomacy
Singularity Sky (Eschaton #1)7.16
Iron Sunrise (Eschaton #2)7.66