Snowfall Trilogy

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The Snowfall Trilogy is a series of three fantasy novels written by Mitchell Smith. Set in a post-apocalyptic near future, the novels explore a vision of how the Earth might be after another Ice Age caused by Jupiter changing orbit.[1]

Books[edit]

Snowfall[edit]

The first book in the series, released in February 2002, focuses on a group of hunter-gatherers called the Trappers.

Kingdom River[edit]

The second book was released in June 2003.

Moonrise[edit]

Moonrise, released in April 2004, tells the story of Prince "Baj" Bajazet, adopted son of Sam Monroe, the Archiving King. When a coup backed by Boston wipes out the Middle Kingdom's royal family, save Bajazet, he becomes a man on the run. Rescued by three Moonrisers, self called Persons, people part man and part animal created by Boston, Baj joins them in their quest to harm the city.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mitchell Smith". Fantastic Fiction. Retrieved 2008-07-18. 

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