Science fiction and fantasy                                            

Aliette De Bodard

With her BSFA Award for
The Shipmaker

Hugo Award nominees  

Hugo Award nominees at
Eastercon in 2011

Aliette De Bodard

Aliette de Bodard is truly international. She was born in the US, grew up in France, is half-Vietnamese, and writes in English about Aztec priests. As well as novels, she has written a number of fantasy and science fiction short stories.

Book Reviews

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On A Red Station, Drifting
4 star rating
A refugee magistrate flees to a space station that has seen better days, and puts herself at the mercy of her extended family in this novella. Part of the Xuya universe series.
Released in 2012.

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Harbinger of the Storm
5 star rating
The Revered Speaker has died, and the High Priest for the Dead must keep order so that his successor has an empire left to rule over. The second book in the Obsidian and Blood series.
Released in 2011.

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Master Of The House Of Darts
4 star rating
The High Priest has to solve the mystery of a magical plague whilst a dangerously paranoid Revered Speaker rules. The third book in the Obsidian and Blood series.
Released in 2011.

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Servant of the Underworld
5 star rating
An Aztec high priest tries to solve a missing person mystery in the first book of the Obsidian and Blood trilogy.
Released in 2010.

Other Stuff

Aliette de Bodard was at Eastercon during April 2011.

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