Roger Levy is a British science fiction writer. He is the author of Reckless Sleep, Dark Heavens and Icarus, published by Gollancz. He works as a dentist when not writing fiction, and was described as the 'heir to Philip K. Dick' by Strange Horizons.
"Levy connects seemingly unrelated lives while examining the concepts of good and evil, trust and betrayal, and personal loyalty in a variety of contexts, along with the ways humans connect with one another, even without knowing many details about each other. Fans of space epics will appreciate the plans within plans and individual stories that come together and fundamentally change the society in which the characters live." - Booklist "a fascinating premise" Black Gate "meaty literary SF in the David Mitchell vein" B&N SFF Blog "breathlessly paced and thoughtful, it is possibly one of the most intriguing works of science fiction you'll encounter this year" B&N SFF Blog "thought-provoking scifi that acknowledges human frailty while celebrating our resilience" The Frumious Consortium "intense and thought-provoking speculative fiction at its utmost best and most imaginative" Rising Shadow