Lords Of Uncreation, the third book in Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Final Architecture trilogy will be heading our way next year and we’re absolutely delighted to reveal its cover right here at SciFiNow!
Here is the official synopsis for Lords Of Uncreation…
Idris Telemmier has uncovered a secret that changes everything – the Architects’ greatest weakness. A shadowy Cartel scrambles to turn his discovery into a weapon against these alien destroyers of worlds. But between them and victory stands self-interest. The galaxy’s great powers would rather pursue their own agendas than stand together against this shared terror.
Human and inhuman interests wrestle to control Idris’ discovery, as the galaxy erupts into a mutually destructive and self-defeating war. The other great obstacle to striking against their alien threat is Idris himself. He knows that the Architects, despite their power, are merely tools of a higher intelligence.
Deep within unspace, where time moves differently, and reality isn’t quite what it seems, their masters are the true threat. Masters who are just becoming aware of humanity’s daring – and taking steps to exterminate this annoyance forever.
As if that wasn’t enough, we have Chapter One of Lords Of Uncreation to share with SciFiNow readers, simply click here to reveal all.
We still have to wait until next April to read Lords Of Uncreation but until then, why not check out our very special author blog by Adrian Tchaikovsky himself, where he recommends five books that cross genres.
Adrian Tchaikovsky was born in Lincolnshire before heading off to Reading to study psychology and zoology. For reasons unclear even to himself he subsequently ended up in law and has worked as a legal executive in both Reading and Leeds. He’s the author of the critically acclaimed Shadows of the Apt series, the Echoes of the Fall trilogy, The Doors of Eden, and the Final Architecture series. Children of Time was the winner of the 30th Anniversary Arthur C. Clarke Award for Best Science Fiction Novel.
Lords Of Uncreation by Adrian Tchaikovsky will be released on 27 April