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Praise for the Novels of Stephen Baxter
“The natural heir to the hard-sci-fi crown of Arthur C. Clarke.”—The Daily Telegraph (UK)
“Horrifyingly believable.”—The Washington Post
“Bold, compassionate, exhilarating, wrenching stuff.”—Niall Harrison, The Internet Review of Science Fiction
“The ever-readable Baxter has a page flipper in Flood....It will give everyone pause to think.”—SciFiDimensions
“Realistic, frightening...a bold saga reinforced with strong characterizations throughout...riveting.”—Midwest Book Review
“A grim but exciting tale of the ultimate in pioneering adventure.”—The Times (London)
“A page-turning disaster sequel that shows us a fascinating, terrifying, and ultimately hopeful view of humanity’s chances in the face of terrific adversity.”—SciFiNow
“Never has Baxter presented a more thrilling and moving glimpse of a possible future. Ark could well be his masterpiece.”—The Guardian (UK)
“[Baxter] writes brilliantly about what it might be like to experience space travel. This capacity for mixing awe-inspiring vistas with gnarly day-to-day details hasn’t diminished.”—SFX Magazine --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Stephen Baxter is a trained engineer with a degree in mathematics from Cambridge and a doctorate in aero-engineering research from the University of Southampton. After teaching for a number of years and working in the information technology management industry, he began writing full-time in 1995. He is a winner of the British Science Fiction Award and the Locus Award, as well as a nominee for several Arthur C. Clarke and Hugo awards. His novel Voyage won the Sidewise Award for the best alternate history novel of the year, and he won the Philip K. Dick Award twice, for The Time Ships and for Vacuum Diagrams. He was also a recipient of the John W. Campbell Award for The Time Ships. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
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