The Memory of Sky

Book 1: Diamond
Book 2: Corona’s Children
Book 3: The Great Day

Diamond: a small weak child, a fragile little shadow of an odd boy sure to die any time…who proves to be anything but. An epic story begins when he steps into the world his parents have so carefully kept him from, a world where gigantic trees each house thousands of humans…and another human species, the papio, live on a great coral reef. Much of civilization’s needs are provided by the coronas, strange huge beasts that—for reasons unknown—float into the human world only to be slain for the riches they provide.

But Diamond, in Corona’s Children, becomes an irresistible prize. A human who isn’t quite human, a blessing…or a curse…who holds the promise to remake one species and, perhaps, all of the Creation. As with anything of great value to so many, conflict arises. With conflict comes drastic change—but no one is prepared for what that conflict ultimately brings or what will happen in the final book, The Great Day.

About Robert Reed:

Robert Reed is the author of a dozen novels, and almost 200 shorter works. He’s had stories appear in at least one of the annual “Year’s Best” anthologies in every year since 1992 and is a perennial favorite in science fiction readers polls. The winner of the Hugo Award and the Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire, Reed has also received nominations for the Nebula, World Fantasy, Sturgeon, Tiptree, and Campbell Awards among others. His novel Beyond the Veil of Stars was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. Reed lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, with his wife, Leslie, and daughter, Jessie. An ardent long-distance runner, he can frequently be seen jogging through the parks and hiking trails of Lincoln. His website is

Praise for Robert Reed

“Even for a genre like SF, where limitless flights of imagination are as highly valued as they are rare, Robert Reed is sui generis. His mind is a bottomless well of mind-boggling ideas.”—

“Wonderful far-future SF of the best kind! imaginative, epic, mind-blowing—the new century’s most compelling SF voice.”—Stephen Baxter

“Read has achieved something remarkable.”—Larry Niven on Marrow

“Relentless. A bold work by a visionary writer.”—David Brin on Marrow

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