Angel Stations


Author: Gary Gibson

An intriguing, far-ranging space opera tracing the interlocking stories of several characters—human, metahuman, and alien—as the galaxy faces crisis,,Eons ago, a super-scientific culture known as “Angels” left incomprehensible relics all over the galaxy. Among these phenomena were the Stations, whereby human spacecraft could jump instantly from one part of the galaxy to anot….Read More

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