Of Wood, Metal And Glass

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ISBN: 9781910779309 Géneros: 12:FL:Science fictionSinopsis: Long after the mighty dogs of war had barked their last three primitive settlements struggle to survive, distant but connected by a fragile wooden trackway. Brent sails the trackways between the settlements, ferrying materials and goods from his forest edge settlement and the metalworkers and outwards to the glass workers. The desert wastelands between the three settlements are being consumed by an unknown force, gigantic funnels into which the parched sands are being slowly sucked. But there is something more, a malevolent cloud-like presence haunts the desert. Brent is uncommonly inquisitive and against the decree of the elders stumbles upon a hitherto undiscovered treasure house - an entire department store, buried and overgrown by the forest over the countless years. And so change comes to the three settlements, but not in the way that they had expected. ",With a wry nod to other books in his &#39,Sapient Continuum&#39, series, D. B. Reynolds-Moreton shows us life after the last great war. The inhabitants of this land react to the strange remains of an earlier civilisation in a totally believable fashion. This is good solid, intelligent sci-fi.", - SFC Editor._,

LIBROS

Autor:
David Reynolds-Moreton
Número de páginas:
188
Editorial:
Oxford eBooks Ltd
Idioma:
eng
Tipo:
BestSeller
Sinopsis:
ISBN: 9781910779309 Géneros: 12:FL:Science fictionSinopsis: Long after the mighty dogs of war had barked their last three primitive settlements struggle to survive, distant but connected by a fragile wooden trackway. Brent sails the trackways between the settlements, ferrying materials and goods from his forest edge settlement and the metalworkers and outwards to the glass workers. The desert wastelands between the three settlements are being consumed by an unknown force, gigantic funnels into which the parched sands are being slowly sucked. But there is something more, a malevolent cloud-like presence haunts the desert. Brent is uncommonly inquisitive and against the decree of the elders stumbles upon a hitherto undiscovered treasure house - an entire department store, buried and overgrown by the forest over the countless years. And so change comes to the three settlements, but not in the way that they had expected. &quot,With a wry nod to other books in his &#39,Sapient Continuum&#39, series, D. B. Reynolds-Moreton shows us life after the last great war. The inhabitants of this land react to the strange remains of an earlier civilisation in a totally believable fashion. This is good solid, intelligent sci-fi.&quot, - SFC Editor._,
Formato encuadernación:
Tapa Blanda
Fecha de lanzamiento:
2016-11-04T00:00:00.000+01:00
Titulo:
Of Wood, Metal and Glass

DATOS GENERALES

Marca:
Oxford eBooks Ltd
Argumento Comercial:
32526
Medida alto (cm):
20.3

CARACTERÍSTICAS FÍSICAS

Peso (kg):
0.211

FUNDAS

Medida largo (cm):
20.3
Medida ancho (cm):
12.7

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