The mammoth (By sequence number)Sequence number - 1
Year of publication: 1999
Silverhair by Stephen Baxter To Sandra, and the Calves of Probos Acknowledgments My research for this book took me to the Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe the Chobe National Park, Botswana the George C. Page Museum at the Rancho La Brea tar pits, Los Angeles County the Natural History Museum, London and the National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C. Im indebted to Eric Brown for reading the manuscript, and for feedback to Dr. Adrian Lister of the Department of Biology, University ...
Year of publication: 2000
Longtusk by Stephen Baxter To my niece, Jessica Bourg Prologue A vast sheet of ice sits on the North Pole: immense, brooding, jealously drawing the moisture from the air. Glaciers, jutting from the icecap like claws, pulverize rock layers and carve out fjords and lakes. South of the ice, immense plains sweep around the planet, darkened by herds of mighty herbivores. The ice has drawn so much water from the oceans that the very shapes of the continents are changed. Australia is no island, but is ...
Year of publication: 2002
Icebones by Stephen Baxter To David and Sarah Oliver and Colin Pillinger and the Beagle 2 team Prologue There is a flat, sharp, close horizon, a plain of dust and rocks. The rocks are carved by the wind. Everything is stained rust brown, like dried blood, the shadows long and sharp. This is not Earth. Though the sun is rising, the sky above is still speckled with stars. And in the east there is a morning star: steady, brilliant, its delicate blue-white distinct against the violet wash of the ...