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by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro

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  • ISBN 0283986042
  • ISBN13 978-0283986048
  • Language English
  • Author Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
  • Publisher Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd; 1st British edition (March 27, 1980)
  • Pages 184
  • Formats docx lit mbr lrf
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Science Fiction
  • Size ePub 1161 kb
  • Size Fb2 1521 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 481

FIRST BRITISH EDITION. Yarbro is now known for her genteel vampire romances and "Quinn Fawcett" Mycroft Holmes adventures; TIME OF THE FOURTH HORSEMAN predates both, being a 1976 SF vision of the then-near future.

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. The buildings smoldered as people poured from them in a terrified rout. Only two fire trucks were on the north side of the hospital, and the water they pumped came in an inadequate stream.

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. ed the van alongside the nearest fire truck and rushed out, his emergency kit under his arm. Who’s in charge here? he shouted at the first fireman he saw. The fireman gestured with his thumb. The fireman frowned at Harry. Harry flashed the badge on his emergency kit. Doctors, he said, and set off at a run for the.

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Start by marking Time of the Fourth Horseman as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. She also composes serious music. Her first professional writing - in 1961-1962 - was as a playwright for a now long-defunct children's theater company. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. More than two decades strong, the Saint-Germain cycle is one of the most compelling works of dark fantasy and horror of our age. Historically accurate, often involving key events or figures from throughout world history, these deeply emotional novels have a devoted readership. Any woman would fear travelling among the pirates, bandits, and renegade Christian Knights, but Atta Olivia Clemens is no ordinary woman-rather, she is a vampire and the perils she faces are even more deadly.

by. Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn, 1942-.

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This is a list of fiction works by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, who was awarded a 2009 Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement for her work up to that point in time. Quinn Yarbro has published under her name and under the pseudonyms of Quinn Fawcett, Trystam Kith, Terry Nelson Bonner, Camille Gabor, and Vanessa Pryor. Quinn Yarbro has also written non-fiction history works under the name of T. C. F. Hopkins.

Yarbro Chelsea Quinn. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. A Flame in Byzantium.

Obtain the Fourth Horseman. The Silver Hand will never hand Tirion to us. The path to the Fourth Horseman will be soaked in righteous blood! Blood that will stain our hands forever. Your will be done, Deathlord.

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While the city where the story takes place is at some point in the future it feels like the past. For a book written in the 70s it has the feel of something much older. It was reminiscent of some books I've read recently they were written back in the 20s and 30s.

The characters are both Noble and frustrating. I wanted to yell at them and ask why are you are you doing that while at the same time being amazed at what they're doing.

As the plague grows in intensity, so does the story. I never lost interest and wasn't sure what was going to happen next. I really liked the ending.
Good read that showed the "good guys and the bad guys" as the story progressed. Politics and medicine criss-crossed turing a threatening time that could be close to reality.
The story reminds me somewhat of another author's book I collect:
Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged - but not as personally detailed. But this is still a very good story - as are all of Yarbro's books.