Firefly

Firefly

by Brian Stableford
     
 

In the far future Earth is dying. Society has reverted to a more primitive life, much like the Middle Ages. Two men, Matthew and his brother John, who calls himself "Firefly," set out to find the time traveler, the one person who can give purpose to their existence, the one individual who can still access past technology. The Firefly, he who lights his own way, seeks…  See more details below

Overview

In the far future Earth is dying. Society has reverted to a more primitive life, much like the Middle Ages. Two men, Matthew and his brother John, who calls himself "Firefly," set out to find the time traveler, the one person who can give purpose to their existence, the one individual who can still access past technology. The Firefly, he who lights his own way, seeks the age of Man's greatness, the time when the human race once owned the stars, when great cities stood in places that have now become rust-bowls. A poignant, thoughtful, provocative, and ultimately unforgettable vision of "The Dying Earth" from a master storyteller. BRIAN STABLEFORD has written and edited over fifty books of science fiction, horror, fantasy, literary criticism, and reference, among others, many of them being published by Wildside Press. He lives and works in Reading, England.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000121610
Publisher:
Wildside Press
Publication date:
06/01/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
339,495
File size:
388 KB

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