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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: The Postman, The Emberverse series, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Lathe of Heaven, Dies the Fire, The Protector's War, Sometimes a Great Notion, A Meeting at Corvallis, Ramona Forever, Gone, But Not Forgotten, Ramona and Her Father, Ramona Quimby, Age 8, So the Wind Won't Blow It All Away, Ramona and Her Mother, The River Why, Ellen Tebbits, Stumptown, Doomsday Plus Twelve, Beezus and Ramona, Ribsy, Otis Spofford, Henry and the Paper Route, Ramona the Pest, Shanghaied in Astoria, Ramona's World, Henry Huggins, Tucket's Home, Ramona the Brave, Henry and Ribsy, Henry and Beezus, The Barn. Excerpt: Emberverse, or Change World, is a series of post-apocalyptic alternate history novels written by S. M. Stirling. The novels depict the events following "The Change," which caused electricity, guns, explosives, internal combustion engines, and steam power to stop working. Most of the action in the series takes place in the Willamette Valley of Oregon in the United States. The series primarily focuses on how the characters survive the loss of 600 years of technological progress. The original trilogy, Dies the Fire, concerns the conflicts between a Portland-based neo-feudal dictatorship and the free communities of the Willamette Valley, primarily the Wiccan Clan Mackenzie and the Bearkillers. The later tetralogy, The Change, focuses on the now-adult children of the original trilogy's major characters. All the short stories so far are set 50 years after the Change. At the 2009 DragonCon, Stirling said Sony has expressed interest in a series based on Dies the Fire, with each season being one year. His agent was also discussing a Dies the Fire webcomic that would eventually be published as a graphic novel. A map of Post-Change OregonThough the Change caused a large loss of life everywhere, Oregon suffered less than most...
For fans of Fallout, Mad Max, and the Dark Tower comes an epic tale of wasteland adventure for a new generation. In the bleak and dangerous wastelands of a dying world, a lone drifter sets off on a journey of vengeance, fleeing the men who want him dead. Daxin Glaive is carrying a secret which, in the right hands, will ensure the downfall of his forefathers' most bitter rival and win his family its long-awaited retribution. Across the sands, a young soldier stews in his lookout post above the derelict city of Belmond. Merrick Bouchard is one of thousands serving a dogmatic regime which seeks to control the city and its resources while starving masses of mutants and vagrants vie for the scraps. Carrying wounds from a brutal childhood and disenchanted with his life, Merrick will soon discover he is nothing like those with whom he serves. There is something in his blood; something which could break him if left untamed, but which might be the key to the survival of his world, if only he can learn how to wield it. And in the fathomless depths of the world below them, a great evil lies dormant, waiting for the right time to rise again. Perhaps that time only requires the right person... Praise for J.C. Staudt and The Infernal Lands "[An] epic journey on the scale of Tolkien ... a Martin-esque world, in regards to the characters and depth. I was hooked from the first paragraph."--N.M. Sotzek, author of Revealing the Revolution "Detailed, interactive plot-lines weave a compelling story from beginning to end."--The Kindle Book Review "Staudt's built a riveting post-apocalyptic world."--Amazon Reviewer, on The Shepherd For fans of Mad Max, Fallout, The Dark Tower (Gunslinger), and S.M. Stirling (Dies the Fire, The Change, Emberverse). Google Books Keywords: wasteland, post-apocalyptic, western, fiction, Mad Max, gunslinger, fallout, sci-fi, science fiction, wastelander, nomad, nomads, trade caravan, lawless, multiple povs, epic, dark fantasy, multiple storylines
To forge new allies in the battle against The Prophet, who seeks the destruction of the remnants of all technology, Rudi Mackenzie makes his way across the country to Nantucket, unaware that a fanatical officer in the Sword of The Prophet has been sent to stop him.
ALL-NEW STORIES OF THE EMBERVERSE by S.M. Stirling, Harry Turtledove, Walter Jon Williams, John Birmingham, John Barnes, Jane Lindskold, and more... “[A] vivid portrait of a world gone insane,”* S. M. Stirling’s New York Times bestselling Novels of the Change have depicted a vivid, utterly persuasive, and absorbingly unpredictable postapocalyptic wasteland in which all modern technology has been left in ashes, forcing humankind to rebuild an unknowable new world in the wake of unimaginable—and deliberate—chaos. Now, in this startling new anthology, S. M. Stirling invites the most fertile minds in science fiction to join him in expanding his rich Emberverse canvas. Here are inventive new perspectives on the cultures, the survivors, and the battles arising across the years and across the globe following the Change. In his all-new story “Hot Night at the Hopping Toad,” Stirling returns to his own continuing saga of the High Kingdom of Montival. In the accompanying stories are fortune seekers, voyagers, and dangers—from the ruins of Sydney to the Republic of Fargo and Northern Alberta to Venetian and Greek galleys clashing in the Mediterranean. These new adventures revisit beloved people and places from Stirling’s fantastic universe, introduce us to new ones, and deliver endlessly fascinating challenges to conquer, all while unfolding in a “postapocalyptic landscape that illuminates both the best and the worst of which our species is capable,”** “a world you can see, feel, and touch.” *** Contributors to The Change: Tales of Downfall and Rebirth Include Introduction: The Change as Setting and Secondary World by S. M. Stirling Hot Night at the Hopping Toad by S. M. Stirling Rate of Exchange by A. M. Dellamonica Tight Spot by Kier Salmon Against the Wind by Lauren C. Teffeau The Demons of Witmer Hall by M. T. Reiten Bernie, Lord of the Apes by John Jos. Miller The Seeker: A Poison in the Blood by Victor Milán Grandpa’s Gift by Terry D. England Fortune and Glory by John Birmingham The Venetian Dialectic by Walter Jon Williams The Soul Remembers Uncouth Noises by John Barnes Topanga and the Chatsworth Lancers by Harry Turtledove The Hermit and the Jackalopes by Jane Lindskold The New Normal by Jody Lynn Nye A Missed Connection by Emily Mah Tippetts Deor by Diana Paxson *Statesman Journal (Salem, OR) **Science Fiction Weekly ***Otherwhere Gazette
Tensions continue among Mike Havel's Bearkillers and their allies, Clan Mackenzie under the leadership of Juniper Mackenzie and Norman Arminger, the warlord of Portland, after Arminger's daughter falls into the hands of Clan Mackenzie. Reprint.

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