One If By Land, Two If By Sea By Kim Fielding
September 05

One If By Land, Two If By Sea By Kim Fielding

One if by land, two if by sea. An appropriate phrase because the first book in the Ennek trilogy, Stasis, took place primarily on land, in the city-state of Praesidium. But now in Flux, Ennek has freed Miner from a terrible punishment and from slavery, and the two of them have fled by sea. They’re going to end up ashore again eventually—after a run-in with some pirates. Although the element of air will prove important in this book,  Flux is largely quite nautical. So it’s appropriate that I was on a ship when I finished writing it. What kind of adventures do you prefer—land or sea?

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