Lucifer's Hammer Jerry Pournelle, Larry Niven
Publisher: Playboy Press
Fly: Defenders of the Sky Part II, 07:21. The bike, it's called LUCIFER's HAMMER. I searched for pics high and dry and landed up with only a few pics and very little information. I can't, for the life of me, imagine why it is so often referred to as one of the best SHTF novels. In crude summary, I feel as though the rural setting is idealized and the city/suburbs as sites for chaos in Lucifer's Hammer. Lucifer's Hammer (Warlord cover), 03:53. I just read Lucifer's Hammer, and I gotta sayit was horrible. Geologically, the earth undergoes some severe changes, not only in the strike zones, but all around the world with tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanos going off. What should strike you immediately is the tactile. As the Hamner-Brown comet approaches Earth, politicians, criminals, journalists, and scientists deal with the anticipation of its passing and possible impact. Because of a random comment on PJTV a few days ago. It's dated but I enjoyed the apocalyptic Lucifer's Hammer. Aside from a few household chores, we have done nothing useful for the entire weekend. Larry Niven covers a lot of ground in Lucifer's Hammer. Lucifer's Hammer is thoughtful, terrifying, and outrageously entertaining (if you dig cataclysmic death and destruction) which, I must admit, I sometimes do.