Flood is a work of hard science fiction by English author Stephen Baxter. It describes a near future world where deep submarine seismic activity leads to seabed fragmentation, and the opening of deep subterranean reservoirs of water. Human civilisation is almost destroyed by the rising inundation, which covers. Flood has ratings and reviews. Richard said: In , Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle wrote Lucifer's Hammer, a novel dealing with the colla. Flood [Stephen Baxter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Four hostages are rescued from a group of religious extremists in Barcelona. After five years of being held captive together.
5 May I'm a sucker for “end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it” books. So it's no wonder I picked up Stephen Baxter's Flood and started it as soon as I read the inside dust- jacket flap: Four hostages are rescued from a group of religious extremists in Barcelona. After five years of being held captive together, they make a. Includes sequels to Flood and Ark, and stories set in the universe of Anti-Ice. PS Publishing, 29 March Buy from Amazon UK Buy from Amazon USA. Stephen Baxter: Doctor Who: The Wheel of Ice (Book). Doctor Who: The Wheel of Ice. The late twenty-first century. The Wheel of Ice is a mining colony orbiting Saturn. 3 Jul Review: Flood by Stephen BaxterFlood is a superb study of what it might be like to survive a flip in global climate, says Keith Brooke.
23 Jul Review: Flood by Stephen BaxterEric Brown enjoys an enthralling story about rising sea levels and people's dogged determination to survive. 5 May Four hostages are rescued from a group of religious extremists in Barcelona. After five years of being held captive together, they make a vow to always watch out for one another. But they never expected this. The world they have returned to has been transformed-by water. And the water is rising. 27 May Title: Flood. Author: Stephen Baxter. Genre: Speculative Fiction, Apocalyptic Fiction. Publisher: Roc Publication Date: May Hardcover: pages. Stand Alone or Series: Book 1 in a duology. Why did I read this book: We were offered a review copy of Flood, and after looking at the gorgeous – and.