Failure to Communicate

Failure to Communicate

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As one of the only remaining autistics in the universe, Xandri Corelel has faced a lot of hardship, and she's earned her place as the head of Xeno-Liaisons aboard the first contact ship Carpathia. But her skill at negotiating with alien species is about to be put to the ultimate test.

The Anmerilli, a notoriously reticent and xenophobic people, have invented a powerful weapon that will irrevocably change the face of space combat. Now the Starsystems Alliance has called in Xandri and the crew of the Carpathia to mediate. The Alliance won't risk the weapon falling into enemy hands, and if Xandri can't bring the Anmerilli into the fold, the consequences will be dire.

Amidst sabotage, assassination attempts, and rampant cronyism, Xandri struggles to convince the doubtful and ornery Anmerilli. Worse, she's beginning to suspect that not everyone on her side is really working to make the alliance a success. As tensions rise and tempers threaten to boil over, Xandri must focus all her energy into understanding the one species that has always been beyond her: her own.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 17mm | 431g
  • English
  • 2nd ed.
  • 9198529706
  • 9789198529708
  • 1,126,722

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Claudie Arseneault, author of City of Strife

"I'm a sucker for political plotlines, and this one was a great and relentless ride. The overall pacing of this book felt pretty flawless, the intense scenes buffered with nice and fun moments that just kept adding to the universe and characters."

RoAnna Sylver, author of Chameleon Moon

"I just love this book so much. It deserves to be seen. It deserves to break out in a huge way. I want it to explode across bestseller lists and public consciousness, and I want every sad, lonely, frightened person whose brain doesn't mesh with others or function the way we've been instructed... to read it."
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262 ratings
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4 38% (100)
3 8% (21)
2 3% (7)
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