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The Sword of the Lady: A Novel of the Change (Change Series)
The Sword of the Lady: A Novel of the Change (Change Series)
The New York Times bestselling author continues his "epic of survival and rebirth" (Library Journal), chronicling a modern world without technology.

Rudi Mackenzie has journeyed far across the land that was once the United States of America, hoping to find the source of the world-altering event that has come to be known as The Change. His final destination is Nantucket, an island overrun with forest, inhabited by a mere two hundred people who claim to have been transported there from out of time.

Only one odd stone house remains standing. Within it, Rudi finds a beautifully made sword waiting for him-and once he takes it up, nothing will ever be the same...

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Silver Torque Necklace
Silver Torque Necklace
Stirling silver hand formed torque necklace with beaten surface. This piece was made from a bar of stirling silver and has been stretched and beaten by hand to form the width and curve.
Silver Birch
Silver Birch
This stunning Stirling silver chain maille necklace and earrings set was inspired by the beauty of the silver birch in the autumn.

stirling silver necklace
stirling silver necklace
Against the Tide of Years
Against The Tide Of Years continues the adventures of the Nantucket residents who have been transported through time to the Bronze Age. In the years since their arrival, the fledging Republic of Nantucket has strived to better the primitive world in which they now exist. Their prime concerns are establishing a constitution and handling the waves of immigrants from the British Isles. But a renegade time traveler plans his own future by forging an empire for himself based on conquest by modern technology. The Republic has no alternative but to face the inevitable war brought on by one of their own....

Praise for Island In The Sea Of Time:

" of the best time/travel alternate history stories I've ever read, period. Stirling combines complex, believable characters, meticulous research, and a fascinating setup to produce a book you won't want to--and won't be able to--put down." --Harry Turtledove, bestselling author of Guns of the South

"...unquestionably Steve Stirling's best work to date, a page-turner that is certain to win the author legions of new readers and fans. I wouldn't be surprised to see it on a few awards ballots either." --George R. R. Martin, author of A Game of Thrones

"A well thought-out time travel scenario with a few interesting differences from most books in the genre." --Kliatt

"Stirling has surpassed his previous work in the creation of a compelling cast of characters and does a fine job of conveying both a sense of loss and hope." --Science Fiction Chronicle

In Stirling's bestselling Island in the Sea of Time, modern Nantucket found itself trapped in the Bronze Age. In the sequel, Against the Tide of Years, the renegade William Walker forges a dangerous alliance with the ancient Greek kings Agamemnon and Odysseus; Commodore Marian Alston faces terrible sea storms and cannon-armed Phoenician ships in an anachronistic Age of Sail; and the outnumbered Nantucketers race Walker to make contact with the Babylonian Empire.
Of course this ambitious, action-packed series is perfect for time-travel, alternate-history, and military-SF fans. But epic-fantasy readers, Burroughs and Haggard fans desiring a modern update of the lost-civilization adventure novel, and anyone who ever read Patrick O'Brian for the terrific sea-battles will enjoy it as well. --Cynthia Ward