The Queen of Springtime by Robert Silverberg
2 (The New Springtime)

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Humans have emerged to reclaim the Earth after the Long Winter. But they never anticipated the battle that awaited them . . .
As Earth thaws after the Long Winter, the remaining human tribes journey from beneath the continent to the fertile land above. But the hjjk, an ancient insectlike race that remained on Earth’s surface throughout the frozen eons, stand in their way. Keeping a tight grip on their power, the hjjks are the chief barrier to the people’s further expansion in the New Springtime. When Kundalimon, a human who has lived with the hjjk for seventeen years, arrives as an emissary of peace, the tribes are wary. They rely on Nialli Apuilana, who had been stolen at thirteen by the hjjk and released months later, to ascertain his true mission. But in this new world, it’s hard to know whom to trust. As both sides prepare for war, the fate of the planet hangs in the balance. The Queen of Springtime is the second book of the New Springtime series, which begins with At Winter’s End. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Robert Silverberg including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection, as well as a detailed outline for the final, unrealized title in the New Springtime series, The Summer of Homecoming.
 

About Robert Silverberg

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Robert Silverberg is one of the most honored writers in the history of science fiction and the author of such contemporary classics as Tom O?Bedlam, Star of Gypsies, and Lord Valentine?s Castle, as well as At Winter?s End, also available in a Bison Books edition. He is a past president of the Science Fiction Writers of America and is the only writer to have won five Nebula Awards and five Hugo Awards. In 2004 the Science Fiction Writers of America named him a Grand Master, one of twenty-two writers to have received that designation.
 
Published May 14, 2013 by Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy. 370 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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