Lila Black faces her greatest challange yet as she takes herself, her dead lover and the AI in her head into death´s realm.
The Quantum Gravity series, set in a world where our reality mixes with other dimensions that are the homes to Faeries, elementals and demons, is unique in modern SF - a series that is willing to incorporate legend, myth and magic while maintaining a rigorous approach to scientific and pyschological reality.
And in Lila Black Justina Robson has created an enduringly strong yet quirkily human and flawed heroine.
Justina Robson is an Arthur C. Clarke shortlisted author of ten SFF novels, including the highly regarded Quantum Gravity series, and was one of the first writers to win amazon.co.uk´s Writer´s Bursary in 2000. Based in Leeds, she´s been shortlisted for multiple international awards and is a sought-after creative writing teacher who has taught at the Arvon Foundation. A graduate of the Clarion West workshops in Seattle (1996) she has been invited to teach there also, though she hasn´t made it yet for various practical reasons. She acted as a judge for the Arthur C Clarke awards on behalf of the Science Fiction Foundation in 2006. Her most recently published novel is Glorious Angels, shortlisted for the British Science Fiction Association Best Novel 2015.
You can learn more at justinarobson.co.uk or by following @JustinaRobson on Twitter.