By Stephen Baxter
Stephen Baxter’s “imaginative [and] bold”* novel Stone Spring drew readers into another prehistoric situation that now maintains with Bronze Summer. hundreds of thousands of years have handed. And a wall that was once outfitted to carry again the ocean, needs to now carry again the advancing armies of a reviving Troy…
What could were the mattress of the North Sea is now Northland, a society of filthy rich, literate and self-sufficient humans. They stay off the bounty of the land, a space created by way of the construction of the Wall. it all started as an easy dam, hundreds of thousands of years in the past. Now, inhabited from finish to finish, the Wall is a linear urban stretching for hundreds of thousands of miles, and a ask yourself of the area.
For millennia, the Wall has additionally stored the growing to be empires of the Bronze Age at bay. yet many years of drought have destabilized these japanese civilizations. Men—and women—filled with greed and ambition have now became their eyes towards the fertile West. a brand new and turbulent age is dawning. For any wall, regardless of how powerful, might be breached—particularly from within…
*Daily Mail (UK)
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