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Children Of Memory, Children of Time and Children of Ruin: Win entire Adrian Tchaikovsky trilogy

Win Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Children of Time trilogy!

Oh boy do we have some treats for you today! To celebrate the release of Children Of Memory, the unmissable follow-up space opera to the highly acclaimed Children of Time and Children of Ruin, we’re giving away the ENTIRE trilogy!

Not only that but when you’re finished reading the series, author Adrian Tchaikovsky has written a brand new blog for us, outlining five FURTHER genre recommendations. Read it here.

Firstly, check out the official synopsis of Children Of Memory here…

When Earth failed, it sent out arkships to establish new outposts. So the spaceship Enkidu and its captain, Heorest Holt, carried its precious human cargo to a potential new paradise. Generations later, this fragile colony has managed to survive on Imir, eking out a hardy existence. Yet life is tough, and much technological knowledge has been lost.

Then strangers appear, on a world where everyone knows their neighbour. They possess unparalleled knowledge and thrilling new technology – for they have come from the stars, to help humanity’s lost colonies. But not all is as it seems on Imir.

As the visitors lose track of time and memories, they discover the colonists fear unknown enemies and Imir’s own murky history. Neighbour turns against neighbour, as society fractures in the face of this terrifying foe. Perhaps some other intelligence is at work, toying with colonists and space-faring scientists alike? But not all questions are so easily answered – and the price may be the colony itself.

Want to immerse yourself in the Children of Time trilogy? Of course you do! To be in with a chance of winning all three books, simply answer the question below…

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This competition closes on 8 December. Good luck!

Children of Memory the third instalment in the series is out NOW from UK Tor