|Tsunami (2007) [Novel]|
by L. Timmel Duchamp
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Series: Marq'ssan Cycle
(From the publisher):
Tsunami, the gripping third volume of the five-novel Marq’ssan Cycle, opens in early 2086, immediately after the signing of the Madrid Accords at the conclusion of the Global War. Many countries, including the US, have been devastated by war, and some of them turn to the Free Zones and the Marq’ssan for assistance in rebuilding their infrastructure. In the US, the Executive, which has turned its attention to reconsolidating its power, meets with growing resistance to executive rule; and in the Pacific Northwest Free Zone, the Co-op faces an internal crisis when ugly, long-buried secrets are dragged into the light of day. Meanwhile, the lives of three very different women—executive Elizabeth Weatherall, anarchist Martha Greenglass, and human rights lawyer Celia Espin—become entangled as each strives to bring about the change she so passionately desires.
Original title: Tsunami
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Political→ Anarchism & Rebellion