One moment of inattention and Kalypso has started a chain reaction that could send her far-flung colony home into meltdown... The Clarke Award winning novel.
Kalypso Deed is a shotgun, riding the interface between the AI Ganesh and human scientists who solve problems through cyberassisted Dreams. But she's young and a little careless; she'd rather mix drinks and play jazz. Azamat Marcsson is a colorless statistician: middle-aged, boring, and obsessed with microorganisms. A first-class nonentity - until one of his Dreams implodes, taking Kalypso with it.
Now Ganesh is crashing, and nothing could be worse. For on the planet T'nane, it is the AI alone that keeps the colonists alive, eking out a grim existence in an environment inimical to human life. To save the colony, Kalypso must persuade Marcsson to finish the Dream that is destroying Ganesh. But Marcsson has gone mad, and T'nane itself has plans for them both that will alter their minds-and their world - forever.
Tricia Sullivan's writing is so good it simply invites hyperbole - SFX
Tricia Sullivan is one of our most daringly imaginative novelists, and she writes like an angel on crack
Sullivan writes intelligent, zesty and freewheeling novels that are so entertaining they're almost embarrassing - Guardian
One of the best SF novelists around - Dreamwatch
[Sullivan's] main strength: an ability to use the tools of sf to create genuinely intriguing speculations about the nature of reality - The Encylopedia of Science Fiction
Tricia Sullivan is an Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning author of nine science fiction novels. Her work has been translated into eight languages and shortlisted for the Tiptree Award, the John W. Campbell Award, the BSFA Award, and the Locus Award. She is a postgraduate student at the Astrophysics Research Institute in Liverpool.
Find out more at www.triciasullivan.com