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Author: Sue Burke Narrator: Caitlin Davies, Daniel Thomas May Publisher: Macmillan Audio Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Semiosis Duology Release Date: October 2019 ISBN: 9781250243621
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Sue Burke's sweeping, award-finalist, SF Semiosis epic continues in Interference as the colonists and a team from Earth confront a new and more implacable intelligence.

Over two hundred years after the first colonists landed on Pax, a new set of explorers arrives from Earth on what they claim is a temporary scientific mission.

But the Earthlings misunderstand the nature of the Pax settlement and its real leader. Even as Stevland attempts to protect his human tools, a more insidious enemy than the Earthlings makes itself known.

Stevland is not the apex species on Pax.

Semiosis duology

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Quotes & Awards

  • Sue Burke has created one of the most fascinating alien personae science fiction has seen in this decade. David Nichols, early American historian and author of Engines of Diplomacy
  • A gripping story of colonization and biological wonders. Gregory Frost, author of the Shadowbridge novels
  • A fantastic SF debut . . . Semiosis will remain relevant for years to come. Prof. Daniel Chamovitz, award-winning author of What a Plant Knows and Director of the Manna Center for Plant Biosciences at Tel Aviv University.

  • A first contact novel like none you’ve ever read. . . . The kind of story for which science fiction was invented. James Patrick Kelly, winner of the Hugo, Nebula and Locus awards
  • A very… different and super engaging novel. The Book Smugglers
  • A fresh and thought-provoking take. Open Letters
  • This is top class SF, intelligent and engaging and I loved every moment of it. Adrian Tchaikovsky, winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Children of Time
  • In Semiosis, Sue Burke blends science with adventure and fascinating characters, as a human colony desperately seeks to join the ecosystem of an alien world. David Brin, author of Earth and Existence.
  • Intelligent, riveting and ultimately uplifting, Semiosis asks big questions and gives satisfying answers. Emma Newman, author Planetfall
  • A clever, fascinating, fun and unique debut. Kirkus
  • Burke’s world building is exceptional, and her ability to combine the intricacies of colonization with the science of botany and theories of mutualism and predation is astounding. Booklist
  • Impressive debut novel . . . lush . . . beautiful. Publishers Weekly, starred review
  • A fresh and fun perspective on planetary exploration. The Bibliosanctum (4 out of 5 stars)
  • Sharp, evocative . . . Semiosis unfolds the old science fiction idea of first contact in ways that are both traditional and subversive. The Christian Science Monitor
  • This is up there with Ursula K. Le Guin: science fiction at its most fascinating and most humane.“—Thrillist
  • A fascinating world. The Verge
  • A solid debut. SFRevu
  • A magnetic meditation on biochemistry and humanity. Locus Online
  • This first-contact tale is extraordinary. Library Journal (starred review)

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About the Narrators

Caitlin Davies is a New York City–based actor and audiobook narrator who studied acting at the Eugene O’Neill National Institute, the British American Drama Academy, and the Barrow Group. She specializes in audiobooks for teens and young adults.

Daniel Thomas May is a native of Atlanta. For 15 years May focused his work on stage, both in Atlanta and across the country, but in the past 2 years May has turned his talent to the screen, with roles on the Walking Dead, The Vampire Diaries, Drop Dead Diva, and a number of commercials and independent film projects.