By S. M. Stirling
Against the Tide of Years keeps the adventures of the Nantucket citizens who've been transported via time to the Bronze Age. within the years considering the fact that their arrival, the fledging Republic of Nantucket has striven to raised the primitive international during which they now exist. Their top matters are developing a structure and dealing with the waves of immigrants from the British Isles. yet a renegade time tourist plans his personal destiny by way of forging an empire for himself according to conquest by way of glossy expertise. The Republic has no replacement yet to stand the inevitable warfare attributable to one in all their own....
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Against the Tide of Years (The Change, Book 2; Nantucket, Book 2) by S. M. Stirling