• von Ann Leckie
  • Sprecher: Adjoa Andoh
  • 12 Std. 33 Min.
  • ungekürztes Hörbuch


Shortlisted for the Hugo Award for Best Novel 2018.
Shortlisted for the Locus Awards 2018.
Shortlisted for the BSFA Awards 2018.
Following her record-breaking debut trilogy, Ann Leckie, winner of the Hugo, Nebula, Arthur C. Clarke and Locus Awards, returns with a thrilling new story of power, theft, privilege and birthright.
A power-driven young woman has just one chance to secure the status she craves and regain priceless lost artefacts prized by her people. She must free their thief from a prison planet from which no one has ever returned. 
Ingray and her charge will return to their home world to find their planet in political turmoil, at the heart of an escalating interstellar conflict. Together, they must make a new plan to salvage Ingray's future, her family, and her world, before they are lost to her for good.
The Imperial Radch trilogy begins with Ancillary Justice, continues in Ancillary Sword and concludes with Ancillary Mercy
Also available now: Provenance is a stunning standalone adventure set in the same world as Ancillary Justice.


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"Excellent." (Book Smugglers)

"Gripping...richly detailed and rewarding." (SciFiNow)

"A fitting addition to the Ancillary world." (NPR)


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Not a worthy successor to the Imperial Radch

After having listened to and liked the "The Imperial Radch" trilogy a lot, this one comes as an disappointment. Though located inside the same "universe", the multiple races and their cultural differences play no important role.

The main character is dragged along a story line steeped in intrigues more than actually shaping it. She is constantly whining, crying or feeling unworthy - but, of course, will learn in the end that she is a good and brave person. The whole book appeares to me as some kind of "Dynasty" or "Dallas" in space in terms of plausibility, innovation, suspense and quality of dialogues. All professionally done, but nothing more and therefore not my favourite kind of book.

The narrator doesn't do the story a favour by making one race sound as if they had a ping-pong ball in their mouth all the time. This might be OK for some short lines, but turns out to be quite nerve-stretching for longer dialogues.
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- Ingo Guenther

Weitere Infos zum Titel

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 28.09.2017
  • Verlag: Little, Brown Book Group