By Jason M. Hough
The Exodus Towers good points all of the high-octane motion and richly imagined characters of The Darwin Elevator—but the stakes have by no means been higher.
The surprising visual appeal of a moment area elevator in Brazil basically deepens the secret concerning the extraterrestrial beings who supplied it: the developers. Scavenger workforce captain Skyler Luiken and excellent scientist Dr. Tania Sharma have shaped a colony round the new Elevator’s base, using cellular towers to guard people from the developers’ plague. yet they're quickly less than assault from a roving band of plague-immune infantrymen. bring to a halt from the colony, Skyler needs to salary a one-man warfare opposed to the hot chance in addition to murderous subhumans and thugs from Darwin—all whereas attempting to resolve the puzzle of the developers’ grasp plan . . . earlier than it’s too past due for the final vestiges of humanity.
Praise for The Darwin Elevator
“A hell of a enjoyable book.”—James S. A. Corey, New York occasions bestselling writer of Abaddon’s Gate
“[Jason M.] Hough’s first novel combines the rapid-fire motion and noteworthy characters linked to Joss Whedon’s short-lived Firefly television sequence with the accessibility and medical acumen of [James S. A.] Corey’s ‘Expanse’ series.”—Library Journal (starred review)
“The better part approximately alien tales is their secret, and Jason Hough is familiar with that like no different. Full of compelling characters and thick with tension, The Darwin Elevator grants either depression and wish besides a huge dose of ask yourself. It’s a impressive debut, and Hough can take my cash each time he writes something from now on.”—Kevin Hearne, New York Times bestselling writer of The Iron Druid Chronicles
“Newcomer Hough monitors a expertise for resourceful plotting and reasonable discussion, and the brisk pacing and cliffhanger finishing will hold readers enthralled and eagerly waiting for the following installment.”—Publishers Weekly
“Jason M. Hough does a superb task with this large tale. the area of Darwin and the Elevator is deliciously advanced and enjoyable. Skyler, Tania, and the entire different characters are delightfully drawn and enjoyable to spend time with. . . . the tale unfolds with simply the correct stability of excessive experience, espionage, humor, and emotional truth. . . . once you end, you’ll wish more.”—Analog
“A debut novel not like any other . . . this is often anything specific. whatever iconic. The Darwin Elevator is filled with majesty and beauty, secret and mayhem, colourful characters and insidious schemes.”—SF Signal
“Fun, action-packed and pleasing . . . a certain contender for technological know-how fiction debut of the year!”—Pat’s delusion Hotlist
“Claustrophobic, excessive, and enjoyable . . . I couldn’t placed this publication down. The Darwin Elevator depicts a terrifying global, suspends it from a fragile thread, and forces you to learn with held breath as you count on the inevitable fall.”—Hugh Howey, New York Times bestselling writer of Wool
“Hough writes with impossible to resist power and gritty realism. His places his characters via hell, blending a powerful plot with heart-stopping motion and moments of uncooked terror because the global is going loopy within the shadow of unfathomable alien intentions.”—Sara Creasy, writer of the Philip ok. Dick Award–nominated Song of Scarabaeus