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Book It: Engines of Oblivion by Karen Osborne

About the Author

KAREN OSBORNE is a speculative fiction writer and visual storyteller living in Baltimore. She is a Nebula finalist and graduate of Viable Paradise as well the Clarion Writers’ Workshop. Osborne has won awards for her news & opinion writing, and her short fiction appears in Uncanny, Fireside, Escape Pod, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and more. Architects of Memory is her debut sf novel.

About the Book

The Corporations running the galaxy are about to learn not everyone can be bought.

Natalie Chan gained her corporate citizenship, but barely survived the battle for Tribulation.

Now corporate has big plans for Natalie. Horrible plans.

Locked away in Natalie’s missing memory is salvation for the last of an alien civilization and the humans they tried to exterminate. The corporation wants total control of both—or their deletion.



Author: Karen Osborne
Genre: Science Fiction
Publisher: Tor Books
ISBN: 9781250215505
Publication Date: Feb 9, 2021

2 comments on “Book It: Engines of Oblivion by Karen Osborne

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    Sounds interesting! Added the first one to my TBR. Sam J Miller’s quote has me intrigued too, Blackfish City was very different

    • The Editor

      This one definitely has me hooked, too. And yes, I have book 1 and 2 on my wish list. In fact, ARCHITECTS (#1) will be one of my September buys. 😀

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