Wanderer

Wanderer

by Donald E. McQuinn
     
 

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Gan Moondark had united the people of what used to be Seattle. Chief among his supporters were the Rose Priestess Sylah and the strangers with the magical weapons — the survivors of centuries in cryogenic sleep. Now Sylah and two of the strangers, Tate and Conway, begin an odyssey that will either or destroy what remains of the human race . . . .

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Gan Moondark had united the people of what used to be Seattle. Chief among his supporters were the Rose Priestess Sylah and the strangers with the magical weapons — the survivors of centuries in cryogenic sleep. Now Sylah and two of the strangers, Tate and Conway, begin an odyssey that will either or destroy what remains of the human race . . . .

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Roland Green
The sequel to McQuinn's "Warrior" (1990) takes the victorious Gan Moondark and the Rose Priestess Sylah away from post-holocaust Seattle in a search for ancient wisdom. But there are religious protests against the quest, and one of the two "strangers," erstwhile supporters of Gan who survived the holocaust because they were cryogenically suspended before it happened, has become a berserker, more menace than help. Like its predecessor, "Wanderer" leaves nothing to be desired as thoughtful entertainment; it is literate, well-paced, knowledgeable about war and warriors, and shows care and thought in both world building and characterization.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780345390189
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
07/31/1994
Edition description:
REPRINT
Pages:
800
Product dimensions:
4.22(w) x 6.87(h) x 1.18(d)

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