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The Sea Peoples (A Novel of the Change) Hardcover – October 10, 2017
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"Richly detailed...His descriptions of beauty and horror, giv[e] this work a broad emotional palette."—Publishers Weekly
Praise for S. M. Stirling and His Novels of the Change
“Nobody wrecks a world better than S. M. Stirling, and nobody does a better job of showing that people remain people, with all their high points and low, in the wreckage.”—Harry Turtledove, New York Times bestselling author of Fallout
“Absorbing.”—The San Diego Union-Tribune
“[A] richly realized story of swordplay and intrigue.”—Entertainment Weekly
“[A] vivid portrait of a world gone insane...full of bloody action, exposition that expands character, and telling detail that makes it all seem very real.”—Statesman Journal (Salem, OR)
“Stirling’s skill as a world builder is still as sharp as ever.”—Amazing Stories
“Stirling’s series combines the best of [the] fantasy and postapocalyptic genres but rises above them both with his long vision and skill in creating compelling characters.”—Fresh Fiction
About the Author
S. M. Stirling is the New York Times bestselling author of many science fiction and fantasy novels. A former lawyer and an amateur historian, he lives in the Southwest with his wife, Jan.
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But Orlaith, Heuradys, and John are not their parents, either in depth or in vividness. And following their fates in this book was WORK -- difficult and unrewarding work at that. Through the last quarter of the book I was skipping paragraphs and skimming pages to press forward in a desperate effort to just find out what the hell happened, already. You may feel that I was not giving the book justice by reading it like that, but I promise you I gave it as much justice as I could. I don't LIKE horror. I don't, as a general rule, READ horror. I have never, in my 50+ years, picked up any of the Cthulhu stories. If you like and read that sort of thing, fine and more power to you; you may enjoy this entry in the series very much. As for me, I was incredibly disappointed to have read 14 books (15 if you count the anthology) only to find myself dropped straight into a genre I don't care for and didn't think I was buying.
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