Hiero's Journey

Sterling E. Lanier

The world ended. People survived.

Per Hiero Desteen was a priest, a telepath-and a highly trained killer.

Five thousand years after the apocalyptic event known only as The Death, Hiero is tasked with finding the secrets of the old world, which could protect his civilisation from massing enemies.

The planet is not the same as it used to be. Mutations have changed the way humans and animals live together, the holocaust known as The Death. The Brotherhood of the Unclean wants to wipe out all traces of surviving human society, allowing anarchy to rule the wasteland that once was North America.

Hiero's journey takes him into the heart of the Brotherhood's territory. The danger is great if he is caught . . . but even the smallest chance that humanity could be saved is worth the risk.

  • Classification : SFF (science Fiction & Fantasy)
  • Pub Date : APR 25, 2024
  • Imprint : Gollancz
  • Page Extent : 368
  • Binding : PB
  • ISBN : 9781399620512
  • Price : INR 699

Sterling E. Lanier

Born in NYC in 1927, Sterling Edmund Lanier was an editor, sculptor and author. Perhaps best known for championing the publication of Frank Herbert's Dune. His most famous novels include those following the crypto-adventurer Brigadier Donald Ffellowes, and his post-apocalyptic series of novels which began with Hiero's Journey. He died in Florida in 2007, aged 79.

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