The Dome in the Forest

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Ballantine Books, 1981 - Science fiction, American - 214 pages
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Eleven hundred years had passed since The Time of Fire, and civilization was slowly returning to what had been the Mississippi valley. The male-dominated plains nomads had begun to settle peacefully around the citadel of Northwall, where they freely married with townsfolk. A new culture was evolving. But all was not well. Pelbarigan's conservative families longed for the old times: when their city led and Northwall followed; when plainsmen and citadelfolk were enemies...when women ordered and men obeyed. But the conservatives were powerless to act until the coming of a strange young woman who told of her people, their odd ways--and their awesome pre-Fire weapons...

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User Review  - Karlstar - LibraryThing

The 3rd book in the Pelbar cycle. Just when things start to settle down, people and technology from the past start to interfere with the new order of things in Pelbar, and once again, Stel bears the brunt of it - as well as having to fix it, as usual. Read full review

The Dome In The Forest (Beyond Armageddon)

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From the early 1980s, these are the first of Williams's seven "Pelbar Cycle" titles. The futuristic stories tell of a postapocalyptic United States that has been reduced to warring tribes and small city-states. Read full review

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