A press release from Edward F. McKeown:
It’s finally here, the second book in the Fenaday/Shasti Chronicle (sequel to Was Once a Hero): Fearful Symmetry. Just in time for the holidays, death and adventure among the stars, featuring a foreword by Babylon 5‘s own Claudia Christian.
From the foreword by Claudia Christian: “Fearful Symmetry is well named. There is fear, as well as is hope in this fast-paced tale of action and thoughtful adventure. Edward McKeown has written a gripping story of espionage, assassination and interstellar conspiracy. It’s also the story of a woman coming back to life metaphorically, in a tale of resurrection and redemption. So the book operates seamlessly on two levels at the same time….”
Edward McKeown is a writer and editor specializing in science fiction and fantasy with occasional forays into literary and nonfiction. Ed escaped from NY, but his old hometown supplies much of the background to his humorous “Lair of the Lesbian Love Goddess” shorts, as his new hometown in Charlotte, North Carolina does for his “Knight Templar” fantasy series. He enjoys a wide variety of interests from ballroom dance to the martial arts and has the good fortune to be married to the talented artist, Schelly Keefer. He has also edited the four Sha’Daa anthologies of wry tales of the apocalypse. His first novel Was Once a Hero has been released e-version and print by Hellfire Publishing, soon to be followed by the Sequels Fearful Symmetry, Points of Departure and Hidden Stars. Find him on Facebook and at http://edwardmckeown.weebly.com.
Related articles previously published on SFScope:
Edward F. McKeown’s Regrets and Requiems available for free (6 July 2012)
Edward McKeown’s Was Once A Hero now available (26 January 2012)