Dies the Fire

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Penguin, Aug 3, 2004 - Fiction - 592 pages
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The Change occurred when an electrical storm centered over the island of Nantucket produced a blinding white flash that rendered all electronic devices and fuels inoperable. What follows is the most terrible global catastrophe in the history of the human race-and a Dark Age more universal and complete than could possibly be imagined.

"Dies the Fire kept me reading till five in the morning so I could finish at one great gulp..."—New York Times bestselling author Harry Turtledove
 

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User Review  - Chris_El - LibraryThing

I would rate this book higher but for the religious bent of the book. I don't mind that the author wanted to include pagans but the total exclusion of other faiths or other faiths sustaining anyone looks a bit fake. Other than that loved the idea and the story was fairly well written. :) Read full review

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User Review  - cm37107 - LibraryThing

The Change occurred when an electrical storm centered over the island of Nantucket produced a blinding white flash that rendered all electronic devices and fuels inoperable. What follows is the most ... Read full review

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Contents

CHAPTER
CHAPTER THREE
CHAPTER FIVE
CHAPTER
CHAPTER EIGHT
CHAPTER NINE
CHAPTER
CHAPTER TWELVE
CHAPTER TWENTY
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
CHAPTER TWENTYFIVE
CHAPTER TWENTYSEVEN
CHAPTER TWENTYNINE
CHAPTER THIRTY

CHAPTER FOURTEEN
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
CHAPTER THIRTYTHREE
EPILOGUE
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About the author (2004)

S. M. Stirling is the author of numerous novels, both on his own and in collaboration. A former lawyer and an amateur historian, he lives in the Southwest with his wife, Jan.

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