Una McCormack visits Weird Space

Posted: June 25, 2015 in Press release
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I’m oddly fascinated by the idea of shared world fiction and the authors who end up working as “hired guns” for these franchises. Una McCormack, who has written for Star Trek and Doctor Who and is no stranger to these settings, is now about to embark on a visit into Eric Brown’s sci-fi series Weird Space.

Check out the blurb below for McCormack’s debut under the Abaddon banner..

Weird Space: The Baba Yaga
By Eric Brown and Una McCormack

What would you sacrifice for your family?
What would you sacrifice for peace?

Delia Walker has lost her job, her love, and the life she knew. What she’ll find in its place may be the future of us all.

The growing threat of the dimension-invading Weird has driven the Expansion government to outright paranoia. Mandatory telepathic testing is introduced, and the colony Braun’s World – following reports of a new Weird portal opening – is destroyed from orbit, at an unimaginable cost in lives.

Delia Walker, a senior analyst in the Expansion’s intelligence bureau and a holdout of the pragmatic old guard, protests the oppressive new policies and is drummed out. Sure there’s a better way, she charters the decrepit freighter the Baba Yaga and heads into the lawless “Satan’s Reach,” following rumours of a world where humans and the Weird live peacefully side by side.

Hunted by the Bureau, Walker, her pilot Yershov, and Fait – a Vetch child stowaway, fleeing slavery – will uncover secrets about both the Weird and the Expansion; secrets that could prevent a catastrophic war…

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