The Final Key

The Final Key : Part Two of Triad

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Catherine Asaro has won numerous awards for her Saga of the Skolian Empire novels, including the Nebula Award and two Romantic Times awards for Best SF Novel. Combining cutting edge scientific theory with grand romantic adventure, this series represents space opera at its finest. The Final Key is the second half of the story arc known as Triad, which began in Schism. Schism ended with the Skolian Empire torn asunder by personal conflict within the royal family. With The Final Key, the Skolian Empire comes under all-out assault from its nemesis, the Euban Concord, who have undermined the Empire via subterfuge and assassination, leaving it ripe for conquest. The Skolian Empire's only hope? A young woman barely out of her teens who hasn't even complete her training as a cadet.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 334 pages
  • 137.16 x 213.36 x 25.4mm | 362.87g
  • St. Martins Press-3pl
  • New York
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 0765333619
  • 9780765333612
  • 1,402,016

Review quote

"Asaro's Saga of the Skolian Empire has quietly become one of the most interesting, ambitious, and popular science-fiction series since Dune." --Romantic Times "Asaro has quickly gained a reputation as a writer of first-rate rip-roaring adventures." --SF Site "Intrigue, drama and romance converge in nebula winner Asaro's latest Skolian Empire adventure, an enthralling stand-alone that fills in the early history of the empire." --Publishers Weekly on Skyfall "This latest installment blends dynastic intrigue with theoretical physics to create a story that will appeal to fans of hard sf as well as grand-scale storytelling." --Library Journal on Spherical Harmonicshow more

About Catherine Asaro

Catherine Asaro received a doctorate in physics from Harvard University, has published a number of papers on theoretical physics and was a physics professor until 1990, when she established Molecudyne Research. A former ballerina, she has performed with ballets and in musicals on both coasts. She lives with her husband and daughter in Columbia, Maryland.show more

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569 ratings
3.91 out of 5 stars
5 27% (152)
4 44% (251)
3 25% (141)
2 3% (16)
1 2% (9)
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