Traveling across space and time to make first contact, explorers discover a terrible predator. Now only a band of time travelers stand between humanity and the long dark.
The previous Ansibles found themselves marooned, but Zahid, last survivor of “Ansible 15718,” commands an interstellar fleet, and Sahira, the psionic savant we meet in “Ansible: Night Land” and “Ansible: Strike Force,” will take the battle to the pneumavores, humanity’s fiercest predators.
In Season Two of Ansible, humanity’s last conflict continues to blossom open, dark fire and dark flower, torching all of time and space. These are your descendants’ stories. Their cries in the dark. They are not to be missed.
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“Litore’s elegant prose seeps into the soul, stoking our fears of dark labyrinths and the loss of self, of having our direst warnings passed off as madness in a cruel and ignorant world. A chilling and masterful tale.” – Allison M. Dickson, author of Strings
“Stant Litore truly weaves a spellbinding story that leaves the reader feeling vulnerable. It is impossible not to become drawn into the world that Stant created…” – Heather Maloney, examiner.com
“What can I say? Poetic style, amazing imagery, a powerful grasp of metaphor, and such a deep understanding of the human soul. In all times and all places, there are things to fear. And there are those we face our fears to protect. Those we love, whether as kin or as expressions of the divine in mortal form. This is a story of what it means to face the dark. A wonderful breadth of historical insight and biological understanding anchors far flights into the future and past. It’s a gorgeous second installment to a series I love.” – O.E. Tearmann, author of The Hands We’re Given
“Litore’s stories aren’t only entertaining. They are stories transplanted into the midst of our lives, unexpectedly. They are beautiful and haunting and unpredictable. You don’t read them, really. You encounter them, as you might encounter people. They are those random elements in life that happen to you, like a mugging, like childbirth, like falling in love and marriage, like death and the funeral that follows. They are moments that leave a mark, and leave you changed.” – Andrew Hallam, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Cover art by Roberto Calas.