Stephen Baxter S Manifold Novels Have Struck The World Of Science Fiction Like A Meteor Heralded By Arthur C Clarke As A Major New Talent, Baxter Stands Time And Space On Their Collective Heads, Envisions The Future Reflected In The Past, And The Past In The Galaxy S Most Distant Reaches And Unformed Speculations Claiming The Legacy Of Heinlein And Asimov, Baxter Now Returns With His Third Manifold Novel In Which He Uses An Astounding Adventure Story To Posit A Breathtaking Vision Of The Origin Of Species On Earth And Beyond.In The Year 2015 A Red Moon Appears In The Earth S Orbit Brooding, Multitextured, Beautiful, And Alive Catastrophe Follows While Coastlands Flood By The New Gravitational Forces, Millions Of People Die Scientists Scramble Desperately To Understand What Is On The Big Red Moon And How It Got There And NASA Astronaut Reid Malenfant, And His Wife Emma, Are Hurtling Through The African Sky In A Training Jet, When Everything Changes Forever.For Malenfant And Emma, A Reckless Flight In A T 38 Above The Sun Baked Continent Sends Them Colliding With A Great Wheel In The Sky Now Emma Has Awakened In A Strange, Earthlike World, Among Physically Powerful, Primitive Creatures Who Share Humankind S Features And Desires But Lack The Human Mind And Reid Malenfant Is Back In Texas, Reliving The Plane Crash, Looking Up At The Red Moon, And Knowing In His Heart That Emma Is There.Emma Is There, Beginning A Journey Of Survival That Is Both Horrific And Fascinating, Utterly Familiar And Totally Beyond Comprehension Malenfant, Teamed With A Japanese Scientist Named Nemoto, Will Get His Chance To Rescue His Wife But Neither Can Foresee The Extraordinary Adventures That Await Them Neither Can Imagine The Small And Immense Evolutionary Secrets Cloaked In The Atmosphere Of The Red Moon, Or Guess At How A Vast, Living, Tightly Woven Cosmos Has Shaped Our Planet As We Know It And How It Will Shape It Again From The Hardcover Edition.
Stephen Baxter is a trained engineer with degrees from Cambridge mathematics and Southampton Universities doctorate in aeroengineering research Baxter is the winner of the British Science Fiction Award and the Locus Award, as well as being a nominee for an Arthur C Clarke Award, most recently for Manifold Time His novel Voyage won the Sidewise Award for Best Alternate History Novel of the
- 448 pages
- Manifold: Origin
- Stephen Baxter
- 20 May 2019 Stephen Baxter