Featuring the Typhon Universe of Toni Anzetti:
Riders of Leviathan
Trapped on the exotic alien world of Typhon, their DNA forcibly altered by
a strange (and often capricious) godlike entity, Dilani and her fellow
colonists no longer know who or what they are...
Presenting Ann Tonsor Zeddies's latest novel:
BLOOD AND ROSES
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Be sure also to check out STEEL HELIX--nominated for the Philip K. Dick award
SECOND NOMINATION FOR AUTHOR
(ALSO NOMINATED AS TONI ANZETTI)
SECOND NOMINATION FOR THE TYPHON
(TYPHON'S CHILDREN ALSO NOMINATED)
The prequel to the Typhon series:
Piers Rameau, a brilliant geneticist, was offered the chance to help
design mankindís replacementóOriginal Man, a smarter, stronger, swifter race
based on manipulated human DNA. But Rameau refused, and chose to follow his own
Now Kuno Gunnarsson, creator of Original Man and Rameau's would-be
employer, is deadóbut his superior creation lives on. And one faction of
Original Man is determined to wrest control of the galaxy from the inferior
race. A brutal attack destroys both Rameau's home planet and the satellite that
has become his world. One tragic casualty is Dakini, a fragile, genetically
altered dancer who had become Rameauís reason to live.
The sole survivor, he finds himself a prisoner of Gunnarsson Prime, a
clone of the original creator, on board the Jumpship Langstaff. Against his
will, Rameau is enlisted as the ship's wartime medical officer. As a doctor, he
swore an oath to do no harm. As a man, he swears blood vengeance on the inhuman
killers who destroyed everything he ever loved . . . .
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PRAISE FOR ANN TONSOR ZEDDIES
"[She] blends perceptive writing with psychological depth and
scientific realism. ..the ideal science-fiction mixture."
--James Gunn, author of The Immortals
"[Ann Tonsor Zeddies] takes the reader into the heart of a world few
writers would attempt to imagine let alone achieve with such depth and
sensitivity. Her work is some of the most original I have read in a long time."
--Katie Waitman, author of The Merro
"Riders of Leviathan is a haunting melody, a stirring and remarkable
book. Even better than its predecessor, it combines marvelous scientific
speculation with superb storytelling and a deeply human compassion."
--Jeffrey A. Carver, author of The Chaos
"[TYPHONíS CHILDREN] is exciting and visionary science fiction--
recommended for those who enjoy their imaginary worlds rich and complex. Fans
of DUNE should find it very satisfying."
--Greg Bear, New York Times bestselling
author of Darwin's Radio