Endless Blue

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Baen, May 26, 2009 - Fiction - 512 pages
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1.      Wen Spencer, a Campbell Award-winner, has written three popular SF novels for ROC, combining the world of the hard-boiled private eye with situations straight out of the X-Files.

2.      Spencer’s first novel, Alien Taste, received a four-star review from Romantic Times, which raved that her “timing is impeccable and the denouement stunning.”

3.      Ads in Locus, more.

4.      Teaser chapter included for Eye of the Storm by David Weber.  

The appearance of the warp drive from the long lost Fenrir spaceship triggers an epic quest for Captain Mikhail Volkov.  According to the drive's computers, Fenrir had been lost to hypothetical “nowhere” of subspace, but with the drive's housing covered with coral and sea life, obviously Fenrir has gone somewhere.  Faced with genocide at the hands of the alien Nefrim, humans need a miracle to survive.  On the chance that Fenrir's mysterious location holds such a miracle, Mikhail jumps into the unknown and crashes into the endless blue of the Sargasso Sea.

Every ship that misjumped from any race that discovered travel through subspace has crashed into its waters, creating a graveyard of rusting spaceships.  On the Sargasso's great oceans, humans live alongside aliens in uneasy peace. 

His ship damaged, his younger foster brother lost, and his sanity rattled, Mikhail discovers a secret that might save the human race—but only if he can repair his ship and return home.

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Sweet love story, too. - Goodreads
The characters are endearing and the plot well paced. - Goodreads
The perfect portrayal of a Mary-Sue. She excelled at - Goodreads

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In a space-faring future, where humanity is under attack from mysterious aliens called nefrim, where genetic modified Reds and Blues are slaves of human society -- Captain Mikhail Volkov (who is also ... Read full review

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huh, she writes near-pure SF well, too... Read full review

About the author (2009)

The 2003 John Campbell Award Winner, Wen Spencer lives outside of Boston with her husband and son.  She's a fan of Japanese anime and manga, and it flavors her writing.  Her fantasy novel Tinker won the 2003 Sapphire Award and was nominated for the Romantic Times Review Choice Award for Best Fantasy.  Anne McCaffery has listed Wen on her website as one of two recommended authors.

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