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Lessons in Birdwatching

by: Honey Watson


A sci-fi epic set on a planet suffering from a time-distortion plague plunged into civil war after a brutal murder.

File Under: Science Fiction

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During their temporary research post on Apech—a planet ravaged by a time distorting illness—Wilhelmina Ming and four other elite students of the Crysthian empire have witnessed such illogical brutality that they’ve resorted to psychedelic antidepressants and group sex to take the edge off. After a night of indulgence following a gruesome execution, they wake to find an oblique warning in the form of an impaled corpse dangling from the exterior of their residence. When their subsequent investigation uncovers a web of collusion and conspiracy in the ranks of their own diplomatic corps, the envoys find themselves caught in the middle of a bloody civil war. As bodies pile up above ground, a deranged fanatic stokes an existential threat below, coaxing the embers of a forgotten god, and its temporal virus, to life.

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Originally from the north of England, Honey now lives in Las Vegas where she spends much of her time enjoying ice hockey, fashion, and video games. A history graduate of University College London, she went on to study Chinese Literature at Peking University before obtaining a doctorate in Comparative Literature from NYU. She is an author of science fiction and a translator of several novels, short stories, and articles from Mandarin to English.