Synopses & Reviews
It is the beginning of the twenty-first century and one woman is determined to bring America and the world back on track in the technological future. She has the strength, the intelligence, the money. It will be done. This is the story of the rebirth of innovative technological expansion on Earth and in space.
"As Robert A. Heinlein did and all too few have done since, Michael Flynn writes about the near future as if he'd been there and was bringing back reports of what he'd seen. A splendid piece of work." --Harry Turtledove
"Michael Flynn has restored heroism and romance to near future exploration. Not to be missed." --Nancy Kress
"Firestar is a broad, sweeping saga of the near future. Michael Flynn has a lot to say, and this is the book where he says it." --Roger MacBride Allen
"This is the best book ever written on the science, people, and politics need to move us into space--to stay." --Charles Sheffield
About the Author
is an Analog magazine alumnus whose fiction now appears regularly in all the major SF magazines. His major work of the 1990s was the Firestar series of novels.