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From the author of the thrilling science-fiction epic Children of Time, which won the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award.
'One of the most interesting and accomplished writers in speculative fiction' – Christopher Paolini
Eyes of the Void is the second high-octane instalment in Adrian Tchaikovsky's Final Architecture space opera trilogy.
After eighty years of fragile peace, the Architects are back, wreaking havoc as they consume entire planets. In the past, Originator artefacts – vestiges of a long-vanished civilization – could save a world from annihilation. Yet the Architects have discovered a way to circumvent these protective relics. Suddenly, no planet is safe.
Facing impending extinction, the Human Colonies are in turmoil. While some believe a unified front is the only way to stop the Architects, others insist humanity should fight alone. And there are those who would seek to benefit from the fractured politics of war – even as the Architects loom ever closer.
Idris, who has spent decades running from the horrors of his past, finds himself thrust back onto the battlefront. As an Intermediary, he could be one of the few to turn the tide of war. With a handful of allies, he searches for a weapon that could push back the Architects and save the galaxy. But to do so, he must return to the nightmarish unspace, where his mind was broken and remade.
What Idris discovers there will change everything.
Praise for Adrian Tchaikovsky:
'[Adrian] writes incredibly enjoyable sci-fi, full of life and ideas' – Patrick Ness, author of The Knife of Never Letting Go
'Brilliant science fiction' – James McAvoy on Children of Time
'Full of sparkling, speculative invention' – Stephen Baxter, author of the Xeelee Sequence on The Doors of Eden