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Son of Heaven - CHUNG KUO SERIES (Paperback)
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Son of Heaven - CHUNG KUO SERIES (Paperback)

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Paperback 480 Pages / Published: 01/03/2011
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The year is 2085, two decades after the great economic collapse that destroyed Western civilization. With its power broken and its cities ruined, life in the West continues in scattered communities. In rural Dorset Jake Reed lives with his 14-year-old son and memories of the great collapse. Back in '43, Jake was a rich, young futures broker, immersed in the datascape of the world's financial markets. He saw what was coming - and who was behind it. Forewarned, he was one of the few to escape the fall. For 22 years he has lived in fear of the future, and finally it is coming - quite literally - across the plain towards him. Chinese airships are in the skies and a strange, glacial structure has begun to dominate the horizon. Jake finds himself forcibly incorporated into the ever-expanding 'World of Levels' a global city of some 34 billion souls, where social status is reflected by how far above the ground you live. Here, under the rule of the mighty Tsao Ch'un, a resurgent China is seeking to abolish the past and bring about world peace through rigidly enforced order. But a civil war looms, and Jake will find himself at the heart of the struggle for the future.

Publisher: Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781848875258
Number of pages: 480
Weight: 526 g
Dimensions: 235 x 158 x 26 mm
Edition: Main


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Love, tragedy, joy... all human life (and death) is here * The Times *
One of the masterpieces of the decade * Washington Post *
Quite extraordinary... finally delivers SF into the hands of an English Proust * Brian Aldiss *
Excellent... with a well-imagined universe, well-executed characters and action that doesn't let up, this is Orwell's 1984 but on an enormous canvas packed with detail * Toronto Globe and Mail *

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“Can't wait.”

I'm really looking forward to this novel, and it looks as if the author is not going to disapoint. It is incredibly epic in scope, and the author has rewritten it and decided to release 20 books in the series,... More

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