EarthRise

EarthRise

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Penguin Putnam
William Dietz returns to the world of DeathDay with EarthRise, as Alex Franklin, the puppet president in the service of the occupying Saurons, experiences a change of heart-and transforms from a collaborator into a secret agent in an underground war of resistance.

Baker & Taylor
After an alien invasion by the Saurons has devastated the Earth, Jack Manning and Alex Franklin join forces to undertake an underground war of resistance.

Blackwell North Amer
It took three days for the Saurons to destroy the great cities of the world, wrapping the earth in a blanket of fire and ash. More than three billion people perished under the alien assault. But the invaders stopped short of complete annihilation. They needed survivors. They needed slaves.
Jack Manning was one of them. Forced into an uneasy alliance with the enemy, he rose from Sauron slave to Chief of Security in a government instated to ensure human cooperation. But Manning's heart has always been with the rebels. He knows the purpose behind the construction of the oppressive alien temples - incubators for a new generation of Saurons that will one day make the takeover of Earth complete. Unless someone fights back.
Spearheading the movement with Manning is President Alex Franklin - a seeming puppet of the Saurons who's decided to start pulling his own strings. A revolution cloaked in deepest secrecy has begun as two secret agents recruit for an underground war. And the ultimate battle for supremacy is about to be waged.

Baker
& Taylor

In the sequel to DeathDay, an invasion by the alien Saurons has devastated Earth, until Jack Manning, Chief of Security of a government created to insure human cooperation with the conquerors, and Alex Franklin, the government's puppet president, join forces to undertake an underground war of resistance.

Publisher: New York : Ace Books, 2002
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780441009718
0441009719
Branch Call Number: SF Dietz, W 100.2 2002
Characteristics: 418 pages ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Earth rise

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