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“S.M. Stirling, Dies the Fire - Mike Havel is piloting...”

Written on: 03/10/2004 by lollie55 (1 review written)

S.M. Stirling, Dies the Fire - Mike Havel is piloting a small plane with a five person family of passengers over Idaho mountain wilderness and listening to a news report about a mysterious ball of light blanketing Nantucket Island.
Juniper McKenzie is playing a folk music gig in a small bar in Corvallis Oregon run by a friend.
Suddenly both are blinded by an intensely painful light and just as suddenly the light and pain go away, but so does all the electrical power.
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“Dies the Fire ”

Written on: 12/06/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Dies the Fire
S.M. Stirling
Roc, August 2004, $23.95, 496 pp.
ISBN 045459792

A multi-colored electrical storm that contains a beam of light is over Cape Cod. Soon a white light blinds everyone and the pain in their heads is intense. Nothing electrical works when their vision returns in the United States and probably worldwide. As time passes people call the event the Change even though they don't know who or what was responsible for the new Dark Age.

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