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K B Wagers



K.B. Wagers has a bachelor's degree in Russian Studies and her non-fiction writing has earned her two Air Force Space Command media contest awards. A native of Colorado, she lives at the base of the Rocky Mountains with her husband and son. In between books, she can be found playing in the mud, running on trails, dancing to music, and scribbling on spare bits of paper.

Genres: Science Fiction
 
K B Wagers recommends
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Blood Orbit (2018)
(Gattis File, book 1)
K R Richardson
"Richardson takes sci-fi noir to a whole new level by dropping you into the site of a massacre in the rough-and-tumble streets of Angra Dastrelas and never letting you catch your breath. Richardson paints a fascinating world with a lush and complex story of family, revolution, and politics. It is a heart-stopping rush of a story."
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The Freeze-Frame Revolution (2018)
Peter Watts
"The Freeze-Frame Revolution is a slow-motion rebellion as heart-stopping as any roller coaster ride and will delight readers across the science fiction spectrum. It was a joy to read and I found myself unable to put it down once I got started."
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The Stars Now Unclaimed (2018)
(Universe After, book 1)
Drew Williams
"What happens when you put a war-weary soldier, an AI preacher and a telekinetic girl on the same ship? You end up saving the galaxy, or a small part of it, anyway. Williams's debut novel The Stars Now Unclaimed is a massive, galaxy-spanning tale of war, betrayal, friendship, and the kind of commitment people make to a better future even at the cost of their own lives. You don't want to miss this amazing, kick-ass book."
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Empress of Forever (2019)
Max Gladstone
"Readers will be hooked from page one. Vivan Liao is the best kind of badass. Zanj is an epic trainwreck of death and destruction. The rest of the crew is too awesome for words. The whole book is filled with the kind of snark that I love and an endless majesty of stars. It broke me to pieces and then stitched me back together with golden thread. Simply glorious."
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Velocity Weapon (2019)
(Protectorate , book 1)
Megan E O'Keefe
"Velocity Weapon is a roller-coaster ride of pure delight. Furious action sequences, funny dialog, and touching family interactions all wrapped up in a plot that will keep you guessing every step of the way. This is one of the best science fiction novels of 2019."
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The Sin in the Steel (2020)
(Fall of the Gods , book 1)
Ryan Van Loan
"How can I not fall for a character who throws hot tea at people? Ryan Van Loan's swashbuckling Watson and Holmes fantasy debut The Sin in the Steel is like a wild ride on a pirate ship. He's created a vivid and amazing world that readers are going to love from page one."
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Architects of Memory (2020)
(Memory War, book 1)
Karen Osborne
"Completely heartbreaking. Utterly brilliant."
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Memoria (2020)
(Nova Vita Protocol, book 2)
Kristyn Merbeth
"A voice to watch in space opera."
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Winter's Orbit (2021)
Everina Maxwell
"A deftly woven tale of political intrigue, all with a galactic treaty on the line. Maxwell's Winter's Orbit is a stunning new space opera debut, striking with all the skill of a master staff wielder. I hope there is more Kiem and Jainan to come!"

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