- Author:Stephen Baxter
- Publisher:Harper Prism Pb; New Ed edition (1994)
- Pages:288 pages
- Subcategory:Science Fiction
- FB2 format1415 kb
- ePUB format1984 kb
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Prologue A LETTER TO A FATHER July 7th, 1855 Before Sebastopol My Dear Father,I scarce. Читать онлайн Anti-Ice.
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Discovering a new element, Anti-Ice, a mysterious substance that unleashes vast energies when warmed. Stephen Baxter is an acclaimed, ng author whose many books include the Xeelee Sequence series, the Time Odyssey trilogy (written with Arthur C. Clarke), and The Time Ships, a sequel to H. G. Wells's classic The Time Machine.
Is the work of Sir Isaac Newton a closed book? Stubbornly I said, Please describe how the eminent Sir Isaac is arranging for you to float about in the air like a human dust-mote. The Phaeton’s engines have been turned off, Traveller said.
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The novel can be classified as an alternate history for its portrayal of 19th century Europe and the changes resulting, particularly in Britain, from an explosive scientific discovery made in the 1850s. A new element has been discovered in a hidden vein near the South Pole. Anti-ice is harmless until warmed, when it releases vast energies that promise new wonders and threaten new horrors beyond humankind’s wildest dreams. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device.
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Read Anti-Ice, by Stephen Baxter online on Bookmate – The novel can be classified as an alternate history for its portrayal of 19th century Europe and the changes resulting, particularly in Britain .
8,000 years ago Europe was a very different place. Baxter continues to prove that he has phenomenal insight into humanity, giving us not only an inspired book, but more to think about in regards to our own evolution. at both action-packed storytelling and philosophical speculation.
Author: Stephen Baxter. Genre: Science Fiction, Steampunk. Comparatively speaking, Anti-Ice is light reading by Baxter standards. Which is actually an awesome side to his writing that I haven’t experienced before, and enjoyed immensely
Author: Stephen Baxter. Publisher: Eos Publication Date: September 1994 Paperback: 304 pages. Which is actually an awesome side to his writing that I haven’t experienced before, and enjoyed immensely. There’s a ton of humor in this book – yes, laugh out loud humor! – which was a welcome surprise. I loved Ned Vicars’ first person narration and his thought processes. His infatuation with Francoise, his self-deprecating remarks (ironically underlain with his own vanity), it all was wonderful, winsome stuff.
Baxter's Best Tackles Steam-Punk. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 15 years ago. Fans of steam-punk and Victorian adventures will love ANTI-ICE by Stephen Baxter. In this book, Baxter flawlessly combines many great SF themes.