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Drakas!

Author: S M Stirling
Publisher: Riverdale, NY : Baen ; New York : Distributed by Simon & Schuster, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Domination of the Draka begins as a British possession in Africa, but soon becomes far more. Absorbing refugees after the American Revolution, and later the Civil War, the Draka become a people bred to rule with an iron fist. They permanently enslave the peoples of Africa, when they do not simply kill them. But this does not slake the Draka thirst for power. Sweeping across the world, the Draka empire engulfs  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Short stories
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Fiction
Science fiction
Alternative histories (Fiction)
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S M Stirling
ISBN: 0671319469 9780671319465
OCLC Number: 45469967
Notes: A Baen Books original"--Title page verso.
Description: 376 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: Introduction / S.M. Stirling --
Custer under the baobab / William Sanders --
Hewn in pieces for the Lord / John J. Miller --
Written by the wind : a story of the Draka / Roland J. Green --
The tradesmen / David Drake --
The big lie / Jane Lindskold --
The greatest danger / Lee Allred --
Home is where the heart is / William Barton --
The last word / Harry Turtledove --
A walk in the park / Anne Marie Talbott --
Hunting the snark / Markus Baur --
Upon their backs, to bite 'em / John Barnes --
The peaceable kingdom / Severna Park.
Responsibility: edited by S.M. Stirling.

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The Domination of the Draka begins as a British possession in Africa, but soon becomes far more. Absorbing refugees after the American Revolution, and later the Civil War, the Draka become a people bred to rule with an iron fist. They permanently enslave the peoples of Africa, when they do not simply kill them. But this does not slake the Draka thirst for power. Sweeping across the world, the Draka empire engulfs nation after nation, shackling into servitude all who are not Draka. Europe, Asia, and finally all the Earth and its colonies throughout the Solar System fall before the might of the Draka. But empires are not faceless monoliths; they are made of individuals, complex humans with their own hopes and dreams. And so one might ask: Who are the Draka? What sort of people does the Domination rule? The Draka would have many different answers... ...and this is their story.

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