Curtis oozes charm and humour in this pacey debut, which will be devoured by fans of Fallout and Firefly
A delightfully inventive sci-fi western. With her debut, Curtis weaves a masterful web of longing, desperation, and intrigue, effortlessly transporting you to a climate-ravaged Earth, where the stakes are high and the body count is even higher. If you liked Firefly, you're going to absolutely love Frontier
Smart, bold and so much fun, this is a story both sweeping in its scope, and deeply personal in its stakes. I loved every step of this epic journey - I'm officially a member of the Grace Curtis fan club
Be prepared to devour this book in one sitting! This story is full of action and adventure, but never forgets its heart as it unravels the mystery of who the Stranger is, what she wants, and how - perhaps - the fate of a much different, futuristic Earth that's fallen rests in her calloused hands. An absolute marvel to behold!
With dry wit and a gunslinger's level eye, Grace Curtis takes us to a New West strange, familiar, and delightful - downtrodden with a gleam of hope amid the tumbleweeds. A real treat
Genre-bending . . . . An adventurous and original space opera that's part queer romance, part sci-fi western . . . The perfect read for fans of Becky Chambers