Book Condition: Near Fine in Fine dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1994.
First edition/first printing in Near Fine condition in Fine dust-jacket.
When the future of humanity is at stake, the last thing the government wants is a mad scientist with a vendetta. But that's exactly what they get in Dan Simmons's exhilarating new novel, Fires of Eden.
Eden is the last great city on Earth. It's a utopia, a place where the rich and the poor have been united and the environment is pristine. But when a scientist named John Carlyle brings his radical ideas to Eden, he quickly finds himself on the wrong side of the government.
With the future of the world in jeopardy, Carlyle must find a way to destroy Eden before the government can destroy him. But as he gets closer to the answers he's been seeking, he finds that the stakes are higher than he could have imagined.; 8vo; FSA.