Flandry's Legacy (Technic Civilization #7) (Paperback)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 7 in the Technic Civilization series.
- #1: The Van Rijn Method (Technic Civilization #1) (Hardcover): $22.00
- #3: Rise of the Terran Empire: The Technic Civilization Saga (Mass Market): $7.99
- #5: Captain Flandry (Technic Civilization #5) (Mass Market): $7.99
- #6: Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra (Technic Civilization #6) (Paperback): $13.00
Sir Dominic Flandry, Science Fiction's James Bond, and One of the Genre's Most Popular Characters in His Last Adventure. The Seventh Volume of the Complete Technic Civilization Saga. Sir Dominic Flandry is now an Admiral, but takes little joy in his new rank. He sees the rot in the Terran Empire on every hand and knows that the Long Night will inevitably fall upon the galaxy. His consolation is that measures he has taken while doing what he can to postpone the Empire's final collapse may shorten the coming galactic dark age and hasten the rise of a new interstellar civilization. In the meantime, he'll enjoy the comforts of a decadent civilization--and he'll always be ready for one more battle against the Empire's enemies. This concluding volume of the Technic Civilization saga, one of the milestones of modern science fiction includes two full-length novels:
A Stone in Heaven--When the daughter of Flandry's mentor asks for help, he intervenes, and finds he must thwart a would-be dictator's plans to seize control of the Empire. The Game of Empire--The Merseians, alien enemies of the Empire, have put into motion an insidious plan to bring the Terran Empire down. Flandry's daughter, Diana, and her feline-like alien friend have discovered the conspiracy, but can they stop it in time?
Plus three novellas and a novelette set in the time of the Long Night and the renaissance of civilization which followed it, concluding one of the grandest adventure sagas in science fiction.
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.