‘In a sea of dystopias, Anne Corlett’s sci-fi debut is a refreshingly intimate, hopeful take on the post-apocalyptic genre.’

– Den of Geek


‘This year’s Station Eleven.’

– Speculative Herald


‘Thought provoking, in ways that will have you thinking about what it means to be a member of the human race long after you have read the last page.’

– LitBuzz

‘This was one of these books that traps you with a matter of paragraphs, literally a page in to this beautiful sci-fi I knew I was going to love the story that was unfolding before me.’

– Heather Duff, Book Blogger


‘Anne Corlett understands the complexities and frailties of the human heart and captures it brilliantly on the page. Don’t let the setting fool you—this is a story for any age, combining love, loss, grief, hope, and possibilities all in one delicious book.’

– Karen White, New York Times bestselling author of The Night the Lights Went Out

‘It’s an exploration of grief and hope, and, above all, belief. It’s an exploration of our humanity, what it means to be human when humankind is lost. And it’s gorgeous.’

– Sarah, Book Blogger at Readcommendations



‘The Space Between the Stars is, ultimately, a kind novel. Strikingly written, with very human characters and a deep concern with human frailty, it is an excellent debut.’

– Tor.com