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The Rosewater Redemption: Book 3 of the Wormwood Trilogy

Tade Thompson

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The Wormwood Trilogy, Fiction, Science fiction

In this powerful finale to the award-winning WORMWOOD trilogy, life in the newly independent city state of Rosewater isn't everything its citizens were expecting...

Life in the newly independent city state of Rosewater isn't everything its citizens were expecting...

Mayor Jacques finds that debts incurred during the insurrection are coming back to haunt him.
Nigeria isn't willing to let Rosewater go without a fight...

And among the city's alien inhabitants, a group has emerged who murder humans to provide bodies for their takeover...

Operating across spacetime, the xenosphere and international borders, it is up to a small group of hackers and criminals to prevent the extraterrestrial advance. The fugitive known as Bicycle Girl, Kaaro and his old handler Femi, may be humanity's last line of defence.

THE ROSEWATER REDEMPTION is the powerful conclusion to Tade Thompson's award-winning WORMWOOD trilogy.

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Praise for The Rosewater Redemption: Book 3 of the Wormwood Trilogy

  • Tade Thompson is a writer of enormous heart and talent. Just brilliant

  • You've never been anywhere like Rosewater. And you've never seen an alien invasion like this. Tade Thompson will take you someplace incredible, full of unforgettable characters and deep insight

  • A fiercely weird, breathtaking biopunk tale of alien invasion, Rosewater is ambitious and smart and very, very cool

  • Mesmerising. There are echoes of Neuromancer and Arrival in here, but this astonishing debut is beholden to no one

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Tade Thompson

Tade Thompson is the author of Rosewater, an Arthur C. Clarke Award finalist, John W. Campbell Award finalist and winner of the 2017 Nommo Award for Best Novel. His novella The Murders of Molly Southbourne has recently been optioned for screen adaptation. He also writes short stories, notably 'The Apologists' which was nominated for a British Science Fiction Association Award. Born in London to Yoruba parents, he lives and works on the south coast of England where he battles an addiction to books.

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