Rysemian operatives are here to help us evolve. Or Else. First they must defeat archfiend Scaulzo, worshiped as the Prince of Darkness across many galaxies, but can the devil ever really be tamed?
Freewheeling cadet Benaroya has a plan
so audacious it might just succeed:
The Benaroya Chronicles
AN OUTRAGEOUSLY EXTRATERRESTRIAL LOOK AT THE HUMAN CONDITION
Jody Scott knows that science fiction reaches the parts other fiction cannot reach. Like Philip K. Dick, she uses science fiction to question the meaning of reality and the nature of humanity- but saying that doesn't even hint at what a wild, original and outrageously funny writer she is.
Devil-May-Care is “ambitious and overwhelming."
Ernest Hogan, award-winning author of High Aztech and Cortez on Jupiter
There’s a hilarious rage at the heart of [Devil May Care] that threatens
to devour the plot, but doesn’t. Somehow Jody Scott has created a universe
that tears across all the usual genre categories and makes brilliant, vicious
fun of just about everything. It’s delicious craziness with some serious
wisdom shining through.
Michael Shea, World Fantasy Award-winning Author:
Jody Scott is like a mad cabby who knows most of the streets in town and knows where the laughs are – get into her rig and she'll take you on a fast and furious spin through America's ideological terrain.
Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine:
The greatest employment of science fiction in the service of satire.
The best unknown SF writer.
When this sequel to Passing for Human and I, Vampire was written in the 1980s, it was rejected by all the major science fiction publishers who told Jody Scott it was “too far out” for commercial publication.
Now available in book form for the first time ever!