|Daughters of an Amber Noon (2002) [Novel]|
by Katherine V. Forrest
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The lesbian classic Daughters of a Coral Dawn told the story of a group of pioneering women who disappeared from Earth and colonized the planet Maternas. But what became of the sisters they left behind? In this highly anticipated sequel, best-selling author Katherine V. Forrest describes an Earth beyond nightmare ruled by dictator Theo Zedera -- known simply as Zed -- whose weaponry is invincible. With ruthless determination he seeks the vanished women remaining on Earth. Among these women is the leader of the Unity, the extraordinary Africa Contrera, Zed's childhood friend as well as his colleague and intellectual equal. As Africa struggles to build a world safe for women, she is haunted by her past -- a time when she trusted Zed and shared with him the deadly knowledge he now uses to hunt her. What future can there be for the women who call themselves the Unity? How can they possibly conceal themselves from a world of savagery and a man who intends to find them at any cost?
Original title: Daughters of an Amber Noon
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Social Criticism
Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Species Evolution
Fiction→ Gay & Lesbian→ Lesbian
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Women's Fiction→ Feminist