The Shores of Tomorrow

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Bantam Books, 2003 - Fiction - 493 pages
6 Reviews
On the verge of extinction, only the gravest imaginable crime against humanity can save it...A bold new plan seeks to ignite a new Sunspot over Greenhouse, saving the habitat domes crucial to the survival of the Solacian people. But a secret clouds this symbol of much-needed hope: human space is contracting at a startling rate, threatening to wipe out all living worlds—including Earth. The only answer lies in the hands of the founder of the planet Solace: Oskar DeSilvo, seemingly returned from the dead to save the worlds his frauds had doomed to destruction. But as the work begins, agents of the Chronologic Patrol step in to prevent interference with the past—even at the risk of dooming humanity. Thwarted at every turn, DeSilvo and his onetime nemesis, Anton Koffield, propose one last wildly grandiose idea—one final, desperate gamble. But if the only choice lies between madness and certain catastrophe—is there any choice at all?

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Review: The Shores of Tomorrow (The Chronicles of Solace #3)

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Interesting concept, but it isn't three books long; there are vast expanses of text that could have been done away with entirely. At the very end of the third book the author also glosses over some of ... Read full review

Review: The Shores of Tomorrow (The Chronicles of Solace #3)

User Review  - Scott Armitage - Goodreads

Interesting concept, but it isn't three books long; there are vast expanses of text that could have been done away with entirely. At the very end of the third book the author also glosses over some of ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Roger MacBride Allen is the author of seventeen science fiction novels. This is his first book for children.

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