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   Flight of the Solar Archangel, The, by Rod Rogers  
 
  Novel, first publication in August 2004
 
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      The Flight of the Solar Archangel What if the universe is infinite? Our lump of space-time a domain? One among an infinite number of domains? What if our domain is cyclic? Big Bang to Big Crunch - and over again? What if halting collapse was possible? What if God didn't want that to happen? The struggle began in the 21st century - humanity against an elusive, unknown and faceless agent of destruction. The first years went badly for Earth and only intervention by a third party staved off an early demise. But now those offworld allies have been absent for five hundred years and mankind has been pushed to the brink of extinction. The last colony on Earth and the mountain fortress that defends it face reduction by an implacable mechanized horde. Two men and a woman race to cross a desolate and barren wasteland. They must reach a subterranean refuge, there to launch an orbital craft. Solar Archangel is the last best hope, for in high earth orbit lies a derelict Chao-Vithri warship, the only weapon that can defeat the Oo'ahan - an antagonist whose form and purpose remains a mystery.

     
     
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  • 21th Century
  • Earth
  • End of the World - End of Man
  • War

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