Entry updated 29 June 2020. Tagged: Author.
(1965- ) UK author whose Spin trilogy beginning with Creation Machine (2016) is primarily set, at least initially, in the eponymous Macrostructure, a constructed ensemble of something like ninety planets revolving around twenty-one suns (see Stars), a vast complex assembled (and in a sense manufactured) by what may be a Forerunner civilization. The family-romance plot of the first instalment – dictatorial father plus rebellious daughter who flees through space to escape him and to inflict retribution – expands in later volumes to take more advantage of the overall venue. [JC]
- Creation Machine (London: Bantam Press, 2016) [Spin: hb/]
- Iron Gods (London: Bantam Press, 2017) [Spin: hb/]
- Stone Clock (London: Bantam Press, 2018) [Spin: hb/]
- According to Kovac (Alconbury Weston, Cambridgeshire: NewCon Press, 2020) [in the publisher's NewCon Press Novellas series: hb/Chris Baker as Fangorn]
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