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Dies the Fire A Novel of the Change
The Emberverse series
George R. Martin and S. Stirling walk into a bar. He tells a joke. The men laugh. Stirling feels jealous of George R.
The Emberverse series — or Change World  — is a series of post-apocalyptic alternate history novels written by S. The novels depict the events following a mysterious — yet sudden — worldwide event called "The Change" that occurs at pm Pacific Standard Time , March 17, The Change alters both the course of history and all physical laws when it causes all the electricity , firearms , explosives , internal combustion engines , steam power and most forms of high-energy-density technology on Earth to permanently no longer work. Most of the action in the series takes place in the Willamette Valley of Oregon in the United States. The series primarily focuses on how the characters survive the loss of years of technological progress. The first book, Dies the Fire , concerns the conflicts between a Portland -based neo- feudalist dictatorship and the free communities of the Willamette Valley, primarily the Bearkillers and the Wiccan Clan Mackenzie. The later series, The Change , focuses on the now-adult children of the original trilogy's major characters.
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Dies the Fire is a alternate history and post-apocalyptic novel written by S. It is the first installment of the Emberverse series and is a spin-off from S. Stirling's Nantucket series. In it, the Massachusetts island of Nantucket is thrown back in time from March 17, to the Bronze Age. In Dies the Fire , S.