Gravity Dreams

Gravity Dreams HCFrom the hardcover:
L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s bestselling SF and fantasy novels have made him on of the leading genre writers of the 1990s.

His new SF novel, Gravity Dreams, is a stand-alone action adventure, filled with conflict and featuring Modesitt's trademark: a confrontation with difficult moral and ethical questions invoked by the story.

Set in the distant future on Earth, our hero, Tyndel, born and raised in a conservative and rigidly structured religious culture, is exiled to a more technologically advanced civilization. He must adjust quickly to this space-faring civilization, which his own righteous nation considers evil and peopled by demons. Fortunately, he has the rare talent required to become a space pilot. What no one expects, least of all Tyndel, is that he might meet God, or at least a vastly superior being, in space.


Gravity Dreams ARCFrom the ARC:
L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s bestselling SF and fantasy novels have made him on of the leading genre writers of the 1990s. His new SF novel, Gravity Dreams, is a stand-alone action adventure. Set in the distant future, our hero, born and raised in a conservative religious culture, is exiled to a more technologically advanced space-faring civilization to which he must adjust. Fortunately, he has the rare talent required to become a space pilot. What no one expects is that he might meet God, or at least a superior being, in space.


Praise for Gravity Dreams

Explorations, Barnes & Noble SF/Fantasy Newsletter, June/July 1999 (.pdf)