Author: Jane Ann McLachlan

From: Canada Canada

Author Bio

J. A. McLachlan is the author of a short story collection, CONNECTIONS (Pandora Press) and two College texts on Professional Ethics (Pearson-Prentice Hall). But science fiction is her first love, a genre she's been reading all her life. Walls of Wind was her first published SF novel. She has two young adult science fiction novels, The Occasional Diamond Thief and The Salarian Desert Game (EDGE SF&F Publishing). Praise for Walls of Wind: "Look out, C. J. Cherryh! Step aside, Hal Clement! There's a new master of truly alien SF, and her name is J. A. McLachlan. THE WALLS OF WIND is doubtless THE debut novel of the year." ~ Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning science fiction author Tamora Pierce read Occasional Diamond Thief and The Salarian Desert Game and said: "Tense, thrilling, edge-of-the-seat reading--I tore through this! Kia and Agatha are a fascinating pair, Kia so practical, down-to-earth, and wilful; Agatha so mystical and driven. More, please!" ~ Tamora Pierce

Books:

The Salarian Desert Game

Games are serious business on Salaria, and the stakes are high. When Kia’s sister, in a desperate bid to erase their family debt, loses the game and forfeits her freedom, Kia is determined to rescue her.


Walls of Wind: Part 1: (A Science Fiction Novel)

What if males and females were completely different species from each other? WALLS OF WIND explores this question and its ramifications on an alien world in which males and females are two equally intelligent sentient species: Ghen and Bria.


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