Worlds in Chaos James P. Hogan

ISBN: 9781476736945

Published: December 2nd 2014

Paperback

880 pages


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Worlds in Chaos  by  James P. Hogan

Worlds in Chaos by James P. Hogan
December 2nd 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 880 pages | ISBN: 9781476736945 | 4.71 Mb

TWO EPIC NOVELS BY A NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELLING AUTHOR TOGETHER IN ONE VOLUME:Cradle ofSaturnand The LegendThat Was Earth.Earth is in danger from cosmic catastrophe and alien overlords.Two classic novels from a best-sellingmaster of SF.Cradle ofMoreTWO EPIC NOVELS BY A NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELLING AUTHOR TOGETHER IN ONE VOLUME: Cradle of Saturn and The Legend That Was Earth. Earth is in danger from cosmic catastrophe and alien overlords.Two classic novels from a best-selling master of SF.Cradle of SaturnDiscoveries made by colonists on the moons of Saturn show that the Solar System has undergone repeated cataclysms and the last was only a few thousand years.

This flies in the face of accepted scientific dogma, and is dismissed by Earth’s authorities—until the planet Jupiter suddenly emits a white-hot Earth-sized protoplanet that hurtles sunward on a collision course with Earth.The Legend That Was EarthThe alien Hyadeans have showered high-tech gifts on the population of Earth and are offering to make a paradise of the planet. But when wealthy socialite Roland Cade discovers the dark underbelly of the alien presence, and learns that his ex-wife is one of the so-called terrorists who are fighting against the alien takeover, he’s forced to choose sides.

Soon, he’s caught up in a terrifying conflict that threatens the very existence of the Earth.AboutCradle of Saturn:Hogan’s clearly explained scientific hypotheses presents intriguing questions, and his characters are real and likable . . . the suspenseful plot will keep readers strapped in for this ride.

—Publishers Weekly. . . there’s no denying [Hogan’s] ability to tell a story. . . . The reader who felt that films such as Deep Impact, Armageddon and When Worlds Collide were for wimps might want to jump on this one. —StarlogAboutThe Legend That Was Earth:Hard SF readers [will] appreciate Hogan’s energetic narrative, engaging characters and stirkingly real presentation of a plausible immediate future. —Publishers Weekly. . . on the cutting edge of technology . . . Hogan’s talent carries the reader from peak to peak in the story.

—Booklist. . . fascinating notions and nonstop plot twists in a taut, gripping narrative. —Kirkus Reviews



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