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Revealing The Infinite by Ada Hoffmann


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Revealing The Infinite by Ada Hoffmann


Published on August 15, 2022

Photo credit: Brett Tucker
Photo credit: Brett Tucker

Time is running out for the planet Jai…

We’re thrilled to share the cover for Ada Hoffmann’s The Infinite, the third installment in the Philip K Dick Award- and Compton Crook Award-nominated series that began with The Outside. The Infinite will be released on January 24th, 2023 from Angry Robot Books.

Time is running out for the planet Jai. The artificially intelligent Gods who rule the galaxy have withdrawn their protection from the chaos-ravaged world, just as an ancient enemy closes in. For Yasira Shien, a scientist who has devoted herself to Jai’s rising rebellion, it’s time to do or die—and the odds are overwhelming.

Then enters Dr Evianna Talirr.

Talirr, the visionary who decimated the planet and began the rebellion, is not a woman to be trusted. But now, she’s returned with an unsettling prophecy that changes everything: The only way to save the planet of Jai is for Yasira Shien to die.

Yasira knows that it can’t be that simple. As she frantically searches for other options to save her home planet, her findings will upend everything she thought she knew about the Gods, the galaxy she lives in, and herself…

Cover art by Fred Gambino from Arena Illustration; design by Kieryn Tyler

Ada Hoffmann is the author of the space opera novel The Outside and The Fallen, the collections Monsters in My Mind and Million-Year Elegies, and dozens of speculative short stories and poems. Ada’s work has been a finalist for the Philip K. Dick Award, the Compton Crook Award, and the WSFA Small Press Award.

Ada was diagnosed with autism at the age of 13 and is passionate about autistic self-advocacy. Her Autistic Book Party review series is devoted to in-depth discussions of autism representation in speculative fiction. Much of her own work also features autistic characters.

Ada is an adjunct professor of computer science at a major Canadian university, and she did her PhD thesis (in 2018) on teaching computers to write poetry. She is a former semi-professional soprano, tabletop gaming enthusiast, and LARPer. She lives in eastern Ontario.

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