Read online Mirrored Heavens (Autumn Rain #1).pdf in this thrilling debut david j williams delivers a hard hitting blend of military sf and dystopian cyberpunk set in a futuristic landscape where hostilities rage from the eastern and western hemispheres to the outer ranges of space in the 22nd century the first wonder of a brave new world is the phoenix space elevator designed to give mankind...
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Descended from Australian convicts, David J. Williams nonetheless managed to be born in Hertfordshire, England, and subsequently moved to Washington...
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