Charlie Jane Anders, the nationally bestselling author of All the Birds in the Sky deliveers a brillant new novel set in a hauntingly strange future.
January is a dying planet—divided between a permanently frozen darkness on one side, and blazing endless sunshine on the other. Humanity clings to life, spread across two archaic cities built in the sliver of habitable dusk.
But life inside the cities is just as dangerous as the uninhabitable wastelands outside.
Sophie, a student and reluctant revolutionary, is supposed to be dead after being exiled into the night. Saved only by forming an unusual bond with the enigmatic beasts who roam the ice, Sophie vows to stay hidden from the world, hoping she can heal.
But fate has other plans—and Sophie's ensuing odyssey and the ragtag family she finds will change the entire world.
Anders's Choir Boy was a finalist for the 2006 Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction and won the Lambda Literary Award. In 2011, Six Months, Three Days won the Hugo Award and in 2017 Anders won a Nebula Award for All the Birds in the Sky. This year Anders has won the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel for The City in the Middle of the Night and the Locus Award for Best Short Story for The Bookstore at the End of America.
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