Length: 432 Pages
The gripping final instalment in the Sleeping Giants trilogy - perfect for fans of Ready, Player One, The Martian and Transformers.
We always thought the biggest threat to humanity would come from the outside.
We were wrong . . .
Ten years ago, alien robots descended to Earth killing one hundred million people. And when they retreated, they took brilliant scientist Dr Rose Franklin and her team with them.
Now, after nearly ten years on another world, Rose and the Earth Defence Corps manage to escape - only to find that a devastating new war has begun. This time, between humans.
As the human race looks set to destroy itself, Rose and her comrades must find a way to unite Earth.
The stakes couldn't be higher, as the aliens intend to finish the annihilation they started . . .
Praise for the Sleeping Giants trilogy:
'This year's The Martian. So good and so eerie' Buzzfeed
'Pure, unadulterated literary escapism. In a word: unputdownable' Kirkus Reviews
'A sheer blast from start to finish' Blake Crouch, author of the Wayward Pines series
'Reminiscent of The Martian and World War Z' Pierce Brown, author of the Red Rising series
An action-packed tale with apocalyptic stakes' Publishers Weekly
Length: 432 Pages
Praise for Waking Gods
Pure, unadulterated literary escapism featuring giant killer robots and the looming end of mankind. In a word: unputdownable
Kick-ass, one-on-one robot action combines with mind-bending scientific and philosophical speculation. Series science-fiction fans will enjoy this follow-up filled with unexpected revelations and a surprise finale
A superb follow-up - we can't wait to see where Neuvel takes this story next
Praise for Sleeping Giants
A page-turner of the highest order!
This year's The Martian... if you want a captivating story with some serious sci-fi elements and dark undertones, this is it! So good and so eerie
It bursts at the seams with big ideas. This book is a sheer blast from start to finish
One of the most promising series kickoffs in recent memory