Tamaruq
21%
off

Tamaruq : The Osiris Project

By (author) 

Free delivery worldwide

Available. Dispatched from the UK in 1 business day
When will my order arrive?

Description

Fleeing from her family and the elitist oppression of the Osiris government, Adelaide Rechnov has become the thing she once feared, a revolutionary. But with the discovery of a radio signal comes the stark realization that there is life outside their small island existence. Adelaide's worries are about to become much bigger. Meanwhile, as rumour spreads on the mainland, many head to the lost city of Osiris with their own devious objectives. But in a world where war is king and only the most powerful survive, there can only be one victor...This is the thrilling, epic finale to The Osiris Project.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 432 pages
  • 126 x 198 x 27mm | 301g
  • Ebury Publishing
  • Del Rey
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0091953103
  • 9780091953102
  • 379,454

Review quote

"Swift has produced another beautifully-written novel." -- Civilian Reader "I loved Osiris and Cataveiro and this final volume did not disappoint ... Swift's post-apocalyptic world reveals itself in new and unexpected ways" -- Maureen Kincaid Speller Interzone "It was a brilliant setting with wonderful characters and I'd really like to go back to Osiris one day to see how they're all doing ... a really immersive series" SFCrowsnest "Cataveiro has a soulful, lonely quality as Taeo and Ramona embark on their missions, haunted by memories of the past and visions of what lies ahead ... an intriguing world to get lost in." SciFi Now "A fantastic blend of worldbuilding, excellent storytelling and complex characters." -- John DeNardo SF Signalshow more

About E. J. Swift

E. J. Swift is the author of Osiris, the first novel in The Osiris Project trilogy. Her short fiction has appeared in Interzone magazine, and in anthologies Pandemonium: The Lowest Heaven, and The Best British Fantasy 2013. When not writing, she is kept busy as a slave to cats and an aficionado of the trapezeshow more

Review Text

"Cataveiro has a soulful, lonely quality as Taeo and Ramona embark on their missions, haunted by memories of the past and visions of what lies ahead … an intriguing world to get lost in."show more