THE COYOTE KINGS
Sherem is brilliant. She's Ethiopian. She's travelled the world. She speaks a dozen ancient and modern languages, including Fan-Girl. And she can use--or improvise--a hundred weapons from around the globe or of her own design. Quite the list of accomplishments for a 25 year old. Or is that 2500?
When best friend/roomies Hamza and Yehat, two Gen-X brainiacs too smart for their own good, meet Sherem during the heat of summer, they take one look at her and expect sparks to fly.
They just don't expect them to come from the edges of blades.
Minister Faust's first foray into astonishing adventure, pop culture craziness and Africentric awe, The Coyote Kings is already a cult classic that had readers, critics and even Hollywood fluttering with excitement.
- The Philip K. Dick Award
- The Locus Best First Novel Award
- The Compton-Crook Award
A TOP TEN BOOK OF 2004:
- January Magazine, fiction
- Barnes & Noble, SF&F
- Amazon.com, SF&F
- SF Site, SF&F, Editor's Choice
A LOCUS NOTABLE BOOK
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