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"A wonderfully entertaining debut novel."–Compelling Science Fiction

Reclaimed Earth Book 1

Car-En, a ringstation anthropologist on her first Earth field assignment, observes a Viking-like village in the Harz mountains. As Car-En secretly observes the Happdal villagers, she begins to see them as more than research subjects (especially Esper, a handsome bow-hunter). When Esper’s sister is taken by an otherworldly sword-wielding white-haired man, she can no longer stand by as a passive witness. Knowing the decision might end her career, she cuts off communication with her advisor and pursues the abductor into the mountains.

FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launching in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.

J.D. Moyer lives in Oakland, California, with his wife, daughter, and mystery-breed dog. He writes science fiction, produces electronic music, and blogs at jdmoyer.com. His short fiction has appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Strange Horizons, and Cosmic Roots And Eldritch Shores.

"...wildly imaginative and totally entertaining. J.D. Moyer, you have yourself a new fan."

– Cemetery Dance

"...a wonderfully entertaining debut novel."

– Compelling Science Fiction

"The Sky Woman scores on so many points. Great characters (I include the ostensible bad guy Adrian), several intertwining complex stories, a highly imaginative future Earth for a setting and the possibility of exciting future instalments."

– Whiskey With My Book

"The Sky Woman is an interesting blend of historical and sci-fi elements, that really brings a rather unique voice to the genre."

"Moyer has created an incredible and detailed vision of Earth's future that I found original and refreshing."

"A well-told story reminiscent of Ursula K. LeGuin or Karen Lord, The Sky Woman is definitely worth picking up."

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