Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra (Technic Civilization #6) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 6 in the Technic Civilization series.
- #1: The Van Rijn Method (Technic Civilization #1) (Hardcover): Email or call for price
- #3: Rise of the Terran Empire: The Technic Civilization Saga (Mass Market): Email or call for price
- #5: Captain Flandry (Technic Civilization #5) (Mass Market): Email or call for price
- #7: Flandry's Legacy (Technic Civilization #7) (Paperback): Email or call for price
Sir Dominic Flandry, Science Fiction's James Bond, and One of the Genre's Most Popular Characters. The Sixth Volume of the Complete Technic Civilization Saga. Captain Dominic Flandry has been knighted for his many services to the Terran Empire--an Empire which is old, jaded, and corrupt, as Flandry well knows. And while that "Sir" before his name may be an added attraction to comely ladies (not that he has ever lacked for the pleasant company of the same), he expects that it will also bring him less welcome attention from envious "colleagues" within the empire. What it is not likely to do is make him more of an object of interest to the Merseians, whose plots he has repeatedly foiled and who are much too aware of how much simpler their plans to replace the Empire would be if he were the late Sir Dominic Flandry. Flandry himself has come to understand that there may be no more point to all his victories than that a few trillion of his fellow creatures may live out their lives before the inevitable coming of the Long Night of galactic barbarism. At best, he may have postponed its coming and shortened its duration. But if that is the most he can achieve, so be it--he'll keep on fighting, hoping that the barbarians too will pass, followed by a new round of civilization.
About the Author
Poul Anderson was one of the most prolific and popular writers in science fiction. He won the Hugo Award seven times and the Nebula Award three times, as well as many other awards, notably including the Grand Master Award of the Science Fiction Writers of America for a lifetime of distinguished achievement. With a degree in physics, and a wide knowledge of other fields of science, he was noted for building stories on a solid foundation of real science, as well as for being one of the most skilled creators of fast-paced adventure stories. He was author of over a hundred novels and story collections, and several hundred short stories, as well as several mysteries and nonfiction books. He died in 2001.