Calamity's Child

Calamity's Child

by Sharon Lee, Steve Miller

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Overview

Children are the glue ...
that holds a society together...
...but not all children are born to fortunate times.
And not all children bring joy.

Calamity's Child introduces two children of mischance and explores the ways in which they changed the world around them.

In "Sweet Waters," a Liaden survey pilot discovers a planetary tragedy, only to have it take on a decidedly personal flavor when his ship crash-lands and he must make his way in a doomed culture.

"A Night at the Opera" explores the correlation between great heart and great magic — and what price is too high to pay for revenge.

By the authors of the Liaden Universe®

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012654694
Publisher: Pinbeam Books
Publication date: 04/21/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 985,545
File size: 331 KB

About the Author

Sharon Lee and Steve Miller have been making beautiful fiction together since 1984. Together, they built and maintain the Liaden Universe®, which now numbers ten novels, well over two dozen short stories, and is still expanding, as well as several other novels, and numerous science fiction and fantasy short stories.

Liaden Universe® novel Balance of Trade is winner of the Hal Clement Award for best Young Adult Science Fiction of 2004, while novels Local Custom Scout's Progress second and first prize, respectively, for the prestigious Prism Award given by the Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal Chapter of the Romance Writers of America. Scout's Progress also named Best Science Fiction Novel of 2003 by the reviewers of Romantic Times Bookclub.

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