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Publisher Description

The Last Emperox is the explosive conclusion to John Scalzi’s Interdependency series.

Can they escape the end of an empire?

Entire star systems, and billions of people, are about to be stranded. The pathways that link the stars are collapsing faster than anyone expected, accelerating the fall of civilization. But though the evidence is insurmountable, many are in denial. And some even attempt to profit from the final days of this golden age.

Emperox Grayland II has wrested control of the empire from her enemies. But even as she works to save her people, others seek power. And they will make a final, desperate push to topple her from her throne. Grayland and her depleted allies must use every tool at their disposal to save themselves and humanity – yet it still may not be enough.

Will Grayland become the saviour of her civilization . . . or the last emperox to wear the crown?

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
16 April
Pan Macmillan

Customer Reviews

Hooch69 ,

The Last Emperox

An utterly satisfying, but sad, but joyous ending to the trilogy. That sentence doesn’t really do this book justice but being so invested in this story like I am and the skill of the author’s words, the book truly grabbed all of my emotions and chucked them swirling around an event horizon.
This book will grab you by the nuts, and pull you along like Lady Kiva herself was doing it. Outstanding.

Konchog ,


Way too much waffling, uneducated philosophy mixed with pseudoscience and about a third of the text going through backstory - mostly covering what we learned from the two prior novels. Not much journey. This should have been a short or possibly a novella. It feels to me like the publishers pushed the author into an unwilling novel.

Frankly, I was disappointed.

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