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Before The Fire

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The inhabitants of 25th century earth are dying. A deadly brain virus is taking a large death toll and it is up to one scientist to stop it.

The problem for Dr. Kane Edmonds is that the one form of plant-life she believes is necessary for a cure has long been extinct, dwelling nowhere else within the solar systems except the earth's past.

Kane plans for every contingency whe...more
ebook, 200 pages
Published 2001 by Ellora's Cave
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Jane Stewart
Nice people meet. Nice things happen. It was pleasant but it could have used more spark, maybe more conflict.

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Dr. Kane Edmonds time travels from 2429 earth to 1776 England. She is searching for a plant that became extinct. The plant will cure a disease in 2429. George is an earl. Some years ago his wife Nina was murdered. The murderer was never caught. Some suspect George killed her. George needs to find a wife to create an heir, but he hasn’t found anyone who appeals to him. When Kan...more
Lukman Manggo
Nov 29, 2010 Lukman Manggo is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
22 Nov
It is hi-fi fiction book. It seems good !
The story happened on the years of 2429 AD.
Kane, the main character, I think, must back to ancient 18th century time to get one plant using for the healing to Egis who had been ill because of the BV-5 virus that can be heal by one of the plant, name Kabitross, which had been extinct on 25th century.
Kane had to back to middle age century time to get the plant. She had to refilled her memory with un-organize random 18th, 19th, 20th data. (most of the...more
MK
This is a long read, that is quite enjoyable, although I doubt that the mannerisms of the characters in this story which is set in the year 1774, England is correct. I'm also quite peeved that in many chapters, George's full name and title are being repeated as the intro of each. Also how choosy the H at first and describes every physical faults of women being thrown at him by his mother.

I like the fact that the author likes everyone to have a happy ending that she pairs him or her with somebody...more
Jennie
She lost me at "planabotonologist". DNF
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