By Alastair Reynolds
Mankind has continued centuries of bad plague and a very brutal interstellar battle . . . yet there's nonetheless no time for peace and quiet. Stirred from aeons of sleep, the Inhibitors - historic alien killing machines - have started the method of ridding the galaxy of its most up-to-date emergent intelligence: mankind. As a ragtag bag of refugees fleeing the 1st wave of the cull head in the direction of an it sounds as if insignificant moon light-years away, they detect an avenging angel, a woman born in ice. She has the facility to steer mankind to defense, and the power to attract down their darkest enemy. And on a planet the place mammoth traveling cathedrals move slowly in the direction of the treacherous fissure referred to as Absolution hole, an unsettling fact turns into obvious: to overcome one enemy, it can be essential to forge an alliance with whatever a lot, a lot worse . . .
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Absolution Gap (Revelation Space, Book 4) by Alastair Reynolds