Mother of Storms

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Macmillan, May 15, 1995 - Fiction - 560 pages
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In the middle of the Pacific, a gigantic hurricane accidentally triggered by nuclear explosions spawns dozens more in its wake.

A world linked by a virtual-reality network experiences the devastation first hand, witnessing the death of civilization as we know it and the violent birth of an emerging global consciousness.

Vast in scope, yet intimate in personal detail, Mother of Storms is a visionary fusion of cutting-edge cyberspace fiction and heart-stopping storytelling in the grand tradition, filled with passion, tragedy, and the triumph of the human spirit.

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User Review  - John Macenulty - Goodreads

The title is kind of lame. If I was not already a fan of John Barnes I might not have opened this book. Boy, was I glad I did. The depth of this book astonished me. On it's face, it's another end-of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Derek Dewitt - Goodreads

A surprisingly interesting book - despite the crap title. Rich characters, a complicated yet believable vision of the future and now I can truly say that I know how hurricanes form. Another great offering from Mr. Barnes. Read full review

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John Barnes is the award-winning author of Orbital Romance, A Million Open Doors, Mother of Storms, Earth Made of Glass, The Merchants of Souls, Candle, and many other novels. With Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin, he wrote the novels Encounter with Tiber and The Return. He lives in Colorado.

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