by Sean Williams
Paperback: 128 pages;
Dimensions: 5 x 8
Release Date: November 2007
List Price: $9.95
In the aftermath of a
mysterious galactic catastrophe, a messiah intent on reuniting the
warring factions of humanity under the banner of a false religion
comes at last to the birthplace of civilization: the ancient and
mysterious world of Earth. Long abandoned by its children, Earth is
old and scarred but far from spent. Home for one million years to
minds more powerful than any remaining in existence, it will be the
setting of a battle deciding the future of the galaxy, and humanity
On Earth, a false prophet comes
face to face with his greatest adversary yet: a man who thinks he's
god, and might very well be right.
Set in the same universe as
Astropolis, Williamsís space opera series which began with Saturn
Returns (Ace, 2007), Cenotaxis paints a complex and beautiful
picture of the future, and of the people who will decide its fate.
New York Times-bestseller
Sean Williams is the award-winning author of over sixty short
stories and twenty novels, and has written four books in the
Star Wars series.