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  • It's fascinating to see how Neuvel weaves together fact and fiction . . . a blast. Seriously clever

  • An alt-history with a difference. Traces the true story of the development of rocket science but adds an alien-conspiracy-theory edge in the shape of a fictional team of mother-daughter clones. Along with the problems faced by women trying to change the world (or at least get men to listen to them), they are threatened by a mysterious 'Tracker' who has spent centuries trying to kill them. Good fun

  • A dark and ambitious book. Neuvel is forging ahead

    SFX Magazine
  • Wry narration, wired action . . . Fans of alternate history and intelligent sci-fi will love this

    Publishers Weekly
  • Clever and compelling, it will keep you enthralled until the end

    Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of The Oppenheimer Alternative
  • There's real cleverness at work here. Mia, bent on getting humanity sufficiently technologically developed so that they can leave Earth, makes some dodgy-sounding moral choices as she works towards humanity's salvation

    The Times
  • Highly crafted and unique

    Library Journal
  • Praise for the THEMIS FILES

  • A stellar debut which masterfully blends sci-fi, political thriller and apocalyptic fiction. So much more than the sum of its parts - a page-turner of the highest order

    Kirkus Reviews
  • Reminiscent of The Martian and World War Z, this is a luminous conspiracy yarn that shoots for (and lands among) the stars

    Pierce Brown, author of Red Rising

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