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The Neutronium Alchemist by Peter F. Hamilton
Cover Artist: Thomislav Tikulin
Review by Mel Jacob
Subterranean Press Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781596063334
Date: 01 December 2010

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From Publisher's Website: Now the primeval evil has left Lalonde behind to spread its malign presence across the unsuspecting worlds of the Confederation. The possessed have acquired a chilling range of superhuman powers that can defeat most conventional weapons. Technology cannot defeat them. Fear multiplies like wildfire across the planets and asteroid settlements which make up the Human Confederation, the precursor to conquest and surrender. But even surrender fails to bring an end to the torment, for the possessed will not stop their campaign until their victory is absolute, with every living human taken.

Against this force the Confederation Navy is struggling to contain the threat, a battle it will ultimately lose. It seems as if individuals can make very little difference. Then out of history, Dr Alkad Mzu returns with the Neutronium Alchemist, the single most destructive weapon ever built. And she is determined to use it to avenge the death of her homeworld. It falls on Captain Joshua Calvert to try and stop her, but hes not the only one hunting her down in an increasingly lethal universe. And not everyone thinks the doomsday device should be neutralized.

Lettered: 26 signed leatherbound copies, housed in a custom traycase
Limited: 500 signed numbered hardcover copies

(Source: Subterranean Press)

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