|Series:||Flood: Book 2|
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As the waters rose in FLOOD, high in the Colorado mountains the US government was building an ark. Not an ark to ride the waves but an ark that would take a select few hundred people out into space to start a new future for mankind. Sent out into deep space on an epic journey centuries, generations of crew members carry the hope of a new beginning on a new, incredibly distant, planet. But as the decades pass knowledge and purpose is lost and division and madness grows. And back on earth life, and man, find a new way.
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- Book Review: Ark by Stephen Baxter | eoghann.com
This isn't precisely a sequel to Stephen Baxter's book Flood because it's not a simple continuation. Or at least that's not all it is. In Flood the world is gradually covered (completely) in water and we get to see how humanity ...
- Strange Horizons Reviews: Ark by Stephen Baxter, reviewed by ...
Jonathan McCalmont: In 2008, Stephen Baxter published Flood , a British Science Fiction Association Award-nominated novel about the drowning of the Earth and humanity's increasingly desperate attempts to adapt in the ...
- Cilia-of-Gold by Stephen Baxter (audio) - Clarkesworld Magazine
ABOUT THE AUTHOR. Stephen Baxter made his first sale in 1987, and since then has become one of the most prolific writers in science fiction, one who works on the Cutting Edge of science, whose fiction bristles with weird new ideas, and ...
- Review of Stephen Baxter's Ark | KHAIN
I've just finished reading Stephen Baxter's Ark, a science fiction novel about an interstellar mission to restart human society on a new planet in response to a global flood. The book is moderately engaging, and occasionally ...
- PUNKADIDDLE: Stephen Baxter, Ark (2009)
'We never even read any books?no books that counted ? I liked historicals, tales of a vanished past . You liked old science fiction about vanished futures. We never engaged with the world as it was unfolding around us, not ...
- The Reading Bug: Ark - Stephen Baxter
"Ark" is the sequel to Baxter's "Flood", reviewed here a few days ago. This is a real doorstep of a book, as science fiction often is, which picks up the story several years before "Flood" ends. The central theme - a space rocket ...
- The Book Smugglers | Book Review: Ark by Stephen Baxter
Title: Ark. Author: Stephen Baxter. Genre: Science Fiction, Post-Apocalypse. Publisher: Gollancz (UK) Publication Date: August 2009. Trade Paperback: 416 pages. Stand alone or series: Book 2 in a duology, following Flood.
- Review: Ark by Stephen Baxter | Only The Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy
In July 2009 I read and reviewed Flood by Stephen Baxter. I liked it and I was curious to read the second book of the duology. Would the sequel Ark (2009, 457 p.) [US][UK], by Stephen Baxter, work for me or not. So I read it as ...
- The Bookling: Ark - Stephen Baxter
After a productive day off, I have just finished reading Ark, which is the sequel to Flood which I read in Febuary, and all I can say is what a journey! At this point, please imagine me with beard, pipe and possibly a parrot on my ...
- Kate of Mind: 100 Books #35 - Stephen Baxter's ARK
Two separate-but-similar science fiction universes came unavoidably to mind* as I read Ark, the sequel to Stephen Baxter's world-submerging Flood, which I hated enjoying last year. Those two universes are those of ...
- REVIEW ? Ark (2009) By Stephen Baxter | Ruthless Culture
Strange Horizons has my review of Stephen Baxter's Ark. Ark is the second book in a series that started back in 2008 with Flood. My review of it can be found over at the SF Site. There are some similarities between the reviews ...
- Adventures in Reading: Ark, by Stephen Baxter
Ark · Stephen Baxter Roc: 2010. Damn, I've been meaning to write about this book for a while now. Ark is Stephen Baxter's quasi-sequel to his excellent novel Flood (review). I say ?quasi-sequel? because much of Ark runs ...
- Cover & Synopsis: ?Universes? by Stephen Baxter - SF Signal
PS Publishing has posted the cover art and synopsis of the upcoming collection Universes by Stephen Baxter. Here's the synopsis: One volume. Three universes? Universe: Flood / Ark In Stephen Baxter's novels Flood and ...
- Review of Ark by Stephen Baxter - TwistedSciFi.com
Ark is the sequel to Stephen Baxter's Flood. The survivors of Earth's apocalypse reach for the stars to find a new home.
- From the Heart of Europe - February Books 8) Ark, by Stephen Baxter
This is the second book in a series; its predecessor, Flood, which I haven't read, saw the near-future Earth threatened by catastrophically rising sea levels, and Ark follows the story of a group of young survivors sent to colonise ...