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Evening’s Empires

A Q&A with Paul McAuley

Last month saw the publication of the excellent Evening’s Empires, the latest novel from Paul McAuley. If you missed our first chapter extract you can catch up here, and below we have a question and answer session with the man himself. You started out writing your novels on a typewriter; now you use a computer and […]

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Evening’s Empires – Chapter 1 and a signed copy competition

Paul McAuley’s brilliant new SF novel, Evening’s Empires, published earlier this month. We see this as an opportunity to share the first wonderful chapter with you and run a competition! There’s still time to take advantage of our offer on The Quiet War eBook – the first book in the sequence – which is £1.99 for […]

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Get your copy of The Quiet War for £1.99 (for a limited time only!)

Paul McAuley’s brilliant new SF novel, Evening’s Empires, is published tomorrow. As part of the Quiet War sequence – although you don’t need to have read any of the previous books to enjoy this one – we thought this was a good moment to remind people how great Paul’s future history is. To that end […]

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Paul McAuley’s short stories, part two

Today we have the second of our Paul McAuley short stories, more of which you can find on Paul’s blog. Set in the world of the Quiet War, these are a great addition to the series.  Evening’s Empires: A Short Story The Trues had conquered Ceres, the Koronis Emirates, and half a hundred lesser kingdoms and […]

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Paul McAuley’s short stories

Award-winning author Paul McAuley has been busy writing some brilliant short stories since finishing Evening’s Empires, the fourth book in the Quiet War series, out in July. We will be sharing a couple with you here this week and there are more available over on Paul’s blog. After finishing Evening’s Empires, I find I’m not […]

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