The Gene Wars have turned Earth into a blighted wasteland. Mile-long
airships patrol the skies, exacting crippling tribute from the scattered
ground communities. Threatened by mutant vegetation and predatory
creatures, forced to the brink of starvation by the Sky Lords, Minerva -
a former feminist utopia - has had enough.
Its rebellion is swiftly crushed and Jan Dorvin, a Minervan warrior, is winched aboard a Sky Lord; towards a fate worse than death. For as a ground dweller and slave - but above all, as a woman - she is now regarded as the lowest form of humanity and is consigned to a life spent serving the sexual appetites of male slaves.
But no Minervan could be kept slave for very long...
John Raymond Brosnan (1947–2005) was an Australian writer of both fiction and non-fiction works based around the fantasy and science fiction genres. He was born in Perth, Western Australia, and died in South Harrow, London, from acute pancreatitis. He sometimes published under the pseudonyms Harry Adam Knight, Simon Ian Childer (both sometimes used together with Leroy Kettle), James Blackstone (used together with John Baxter), and John Raymond. Three not very successful movies were based on his novels – Beyond Bedlam (aka Nightscare), Proteus (based on Slimer), and Carnosaur. In addition to science fiction, he also wrote a number of books about cinema and was a regular columnist with the popular UK magazine Starburst.
John Brosnan. Wikipedia.