From Publishers Weekly
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"It's a tale of revolution and restraint that should satisfy any Heinlein fan. Horizons presents an excellently crafted world. Along with authors like Ben Bova [Rosenblum is] charting the near space future with solid characters at the helm and lot of good insights into the world of tomorrow." --SFRevu
"Immensely satisfying with its cast of intelligent, sympathetic characters, its attention to detail, and its clear and efficient style. . .[Rosenblum's] most successful novel to date." --Locus
"Well-done tale of politics in near-Earth orbit . . . . An entertaining tale. . . . Rosenblum . . .provides a fascinating picture of how humanity might develop in zero gravity." -Publishers Weekly
"Mary Rosenblum's Horizons offers a thought-provoking adventure with an equally unusual main character who is not who she thinks she is as she sets out to avenge a death that never happened in orbital "worlds" that are developing their own unique flora and fauna -- as well as another step in human evolution." --L. E. Modesitt, Jr.
"A smart, sexy, and savvy future thriller from one of the best new writers in science fiction, people by real human characters with psychological complexity and emotional depth, and driven by a plot that races ahead like a runaway train." -Gardner Dozois
"Well researched, well written SF--- and with great characters, pacing, and action. This is Mary Rosenblum's absolute best." -Walter John Williams on Horizons
"An intricate, treacherous, and ultimately subversive book, not only in whom you can trust, but in what is being subverted." -Michael Flynn on Horizons
"Horizons is a sure winner. It has it all: believable tech, plausibly detailed and complex politics, and engaging characters. If you want to know what the human future might actually look like -- this could well be it." -Nancy Kress