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Sunstorm. 2005 Sunstorm
by Arthur C. Clarke
and Stephen Baxter

First Edition 2005.
Del Rey / Ballantine Books.
New York.
ISBN 034545250X.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover illustration by David Stevenson.
328 pages.
Price: $25.95.

Notes
Sunstorm, a novel by Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter.

The second part of the A Time Odyssey series.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 1st printing of the 2006 Gollancz paperback edition, ISBN 0575078014. Cover design by ridgewaydesign.com.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
2037.

The sun flares. Thousands die. Suddenly our high-technology civilisation seems terribly vulnerable. We recover. We rebuild. But this is just the precursor.

In April 2042, in just five years, the sun will flare once more.

But this time the sun will hurl out in one day the energy it would normally spend in a year. This time nothing on Earth will survive. As plans are drawn up to save mankind, as all Earth's resources are mobilised for one unimaginable engineering effort, one question nags: Why now?

An epic account of our epochal struggle to survive - and a revelation of our place in a dangerous universe.

SUNSTORM is the sequel to the acclaimed TIME'S EYE.
These two books have brought together two of the greatest talents of world SF.

'A page-turner of a read. Another fine piece of work'
- Dreamwatch

'Gripping'
- Starburst

'An impressive level of skill'
- Jon Courtenay Grimwood, SFX

 
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