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August Kitko and the Mechas from Space

ebook / ISBN-13: 9780356518596

Price: £8.99

ON SALE: 12th July 2022

Genre: Fiction & Related Items

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Expect giant robots, explosive battles and lots and lots of feelings in this queer space opera from Alex White.

In this new wide-screen space opera, humanity has met its match. An alien race of enormous robotic AI have destroyed most of humanity’s outposts. But, on the eve of the Earth’s destruction, at a goodbye party thrown by nonbinary rock star Ardent Violet, a young man makes one last desperate attempt to reach out and convinces one of humanity’s enemies to switch sides. Now, earth just might have a chance to survive…

‘Evangelion by way of David Bowie – visceral, big-hearted, and ready to rock your world’
Emily Skrutskie, author of Bonds of Brass

August Kitko is a wild ride that starts with the end of the world and only gets better from there ‘
K.B. Wagers

‘Emotionally complex and mind-blisteringly weird, this novel kept surprising me at every turn. It’s like a beautifully-orchestrated disco space battle, and I never wanted it to end’
Annalee Newitz, Lambda Award winning author of Autonomous

‘A brilliant firework display of apocalypses, giant robots, gore, glam, and a nonbinary icon – this is mecha absolutely masterfully done’
Everina Maxwell, author of Winter’s Orbit

Praise for Alex White:

‘A clever fusion of magic and sci-fi makes this book a total blast. I was hooked from page one.’
V. E. Schwab on A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe

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Evangelion by way of David Bowie - visceral, big-hearted, and ready to rock your world
Emily Skrutskie, author of Bonds of Brass
For fans of music, mayhem, and truly epic space opera, August Kitko and the Mechas from Space is a wild ride that starts with the end of the world and only gets better from there
K.B. Wagers, author of Hold Fast Through the Fire
Emotionally complex and mind-blisteringly weird, this novel kept surprising me at every turn. It's like a beautifully-orchestrated disco space battle, and I never wanted it to end
Annalee Newitz, Lambda Award winning author of Autonomous and Four Lost Cities: A Secret History of the Urban Age
A brilliant firework display of apocalypses, giant robots, gore, glam, and a nonbinary music icon - this is mecha absolutely masterfully done.
Everina Maxwell, author of Winter's Orbit