Stations of the Tide

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Avon Books, Mar 1, 1992 - Fiction - 252 pages
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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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User Review  - Bjorn Larsen - Goodreads

Just Read: The Stations of the Tide (1991) - Michael Swanwick I came to this book by way of my quest to read all of the Hugo and Nebula award winners: this was one of the last holdouts that's, now ... Read full review

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User Review  - Don Dunham - Goodreads

I liked this book and it was original. 3.5 stars. for me it needed more of some stuff and less of others or maybe a second reading. definitely one to try. Read full review

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Michael Swanwick lives in Philadelphia, PA. He has won five Hugo Awards and one Nebula Award.

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