Harvest the Fire

Harvest the Fire

Book - 1995
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Baker & Taylor
In a sequel to "Harvest of Stars" and "The Stars Are Also Fire," Lunerian rebels launch a counteroffensive against the constraints of the artificial intelligence collective that rules Earth and is slowly squeezing resources from the planet's colonies

Blackwell North Amer
This is no less than the tale of the expansion of humanity to the limits of the solar system and beyond. It also chronicles the evolution of machine intelligence, until human and machine intelligences come into conflict in an age when the outward urge and the urge to change are the chief barriers to utopia for many humans - and for their machines.
Harvest the Fire is a story of politics and poetry: of a poet, Jesse Nicol, who aspires to great work in an era when human literary greatness is apparently all in the past, who travels to the Moon and falls in love with a beautiful revolutionary, Falaire - a woman determined to escape from the care of machines. For the machines are now the masters of humanity, and the great work of Falaire is freedom, which must be stolen from the machines.

& Taylor

Set in a future universe dominated by thinking machines, the third in a science fiction series that began with Harvest of Stars stars a poet and his lover, who aspire to escape from their machine rulers.

Publisher: New York : TOR, 1995
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780312859435
Branch Call Number: SF Anderson, P 100.3 1995
Characteristics: 190 pages ; 21 cm


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