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Old 20th March 2015, 12:16 PM   #1
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Charlie Stross returns to Freyaverse

Today I was delighted to find out that Charlie Stross plans to write third Freyaverse book, that is sequel to "Neptune's Brood". He said it will be about first contact gone wrong " to about the same extent that The Marriage of Figaro is a straightforward romance gone wrong".

The tentative title for the book is "Waxing Uranus". (I am not making this up)
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