Stations of the Tide
Award-winning author Michael Swanwick brings us a deeply engrossing and thought-provoking novel about human civilization on the brink of extinction. This astonishing future take on Shakespeare's "The Tempest", depicts a world doomed by encroaching water and the extraordinary lengths to which its people will go to ensure their survival.
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Review: Stations of the TideUser Review - Mendhak - Goodreads
Extremely difficult to follow narrative and poor grammar and prose. It feels like the book is trying to hard to be something but in today's context, doesn't work well. On the plus side, a quick read. Read full review
Review: Stations of the TideUser Review - Zachary Jernigan - Goodreads
OBJECTIVE RATING (my best stab at looking at the book's merits, regardless of whether or not I enjoyed it all that much): 4.5 PERSONAL RATING (how much the book "worked" for me personally): 4 Read full review
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Stations of the Tide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stations of the Tide is a 1991 science fiction novel by American author Michael Swanwick. Prior to being published as a novel, it was serialized in Isaac ...
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Stations of the Tide, Michael Swanwick - Voyager Online
Title: Stations of the Tide Author: Michael Swanwick. Chapter One. The Leviathan in Flight. The bureaucrat fell from the sky. ...
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Tachyon Publications: The Postmodern Archipelago, Michael Swanwick
Stations of the Tide was honored with the Nebula Award and was also nominated for the Hugo and Arthur C. Clarke Awards. "The Edge of the World," was awarded ...
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The SF Site: A Conversation With Michael Swanwick
Michael Swanwick's third novel, Stations of the Tide, won a Nebula Award for best novel of 1991. It was also a nominee for the Hugo Award, ...
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Michael Swanwick Online: The Chameleon Eludes the Net
Similarly, Swanwick is now widely accepted as having written one of the two main "Post-Cyberpunk" works with Stations of the Tide (the other is Neal ...
www.michaelswanwick.com/ auth/ chamelon.html
The Modern Word - Michael Swanwick Interview
A figure known only as “the bureaucrat” carries on a quest in the near-apocalyptic world of Stations of the Tide (1991), while The Iron Dragon’s Daughter ...
www.themodernword.com/ features/ interview_swanwick.html
Sci-Fi and Cyberpunk [Archive] - Quarter To Three Forums
Michael Swanwick, Vacuum Flowers and Stations of the Tide. Think a slavering crossbreed of Gene Wolfe and Bruce Sterling. Speaking of which, Schismatrix by ...
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Hugo- and Nebula-Winning Novels
No, this isn't a trilogy: Way Station; Stations of the Tide and Downbelow Station Also not a trilogy: Timescape; A Time of Changes and No Enemy But Time ...
www.adherents.com/ lit/ sf_hugo_nebula.html
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Title, Stations of the tide / Michael Swanwick. Imprint, New York : Avon Books, 1997, c1991. Description, 252 p. ; 21 cm ...
Good Science = Bad Fiction « Beautiful Desolation
He was simply out of his depth and the book was a stutter step in an otherwise excellent body of work (see: Vacuum Flowers, Stations of the Tide). ...
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