Space Unicorn BluesSpace Unicorn Blues, Angry Robot Books, July 2018

A crew of misfits race across the galaxy to prevent the genocide of magical creatures, in this unique science fiction debut. Half-unicorn Gary Cobalt is sick of slavery, captivity, and his horn being ground down to power faster-than-light travel. When he’s finally free, all he wants is to run away in his ancestors’ stoneship. Instead, Captain Jenny Perata steals the ship out from under him, so she can make an urgent delivery. But Jenny held him captive for a decade, and then Gary murdered her best friend…who was also the wife of her co-pilot, Cowboy Jim. What could possibly go right?

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“Berry portrays the emotions powering bigotry with frightening accuracy in a novel that combines the best elements of mythological fantasy and space opera into a thrilling quest with deep shadows.” — Publisher’s Weekly

“Shut your brain off and go along for the wild ride that Berry provides.” — Swapna Krishna, LA Times

“I never knew fairies and unicorns could be so dark. The book throws aside so many tropes and just does whatever the fuck it wants, inventing an entirely new world with new rules, and I am always in support of that.” — Joe Zieja, author of the Epic Failure trilogy

“Pure wish fulfilment. That is… assuming you wish to be a down-on-his-luck, half-unicorn space rogue, struggling to reclaim his starship and find his lost horn against an army of human oppressors who hold all the cards.” — G S Denning, author of the Warlock Holmes series

“Pick up a copy of Space Unicorn Blues for the strangest read all summer, but be warned that it’s pretty immersive. Everything about Space Unicorn Blues feels incredibly well-built and solid. It’s a delight for space opera junkies…” — The Game of Nerds

“It’s loads of fun but doesn’t shy away from difficult topics, and it does so excellently….another must read from Angry Robot Books.” — The Fantasy Inn

“Right in the godsdamned feels.” — Kristen at http://superstardrifter.com

“Pick up this book for its title. Keep reading for its characters and world-building.” — The Amazon Book Review

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