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The braided world

Author: Kay Kenyon
Publisher: New York, NY : Bantam Books, 2003.
Series: Bantam spectra book.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Come find what you have lost ..." Heeding this cryptic message from deep space, the crew of the starship Restoration journeys from Earth to a distant planet, hoping to find humanity's lost genetic diversity. But with the human race on the verge of extinction from the twin horrors of plague and a mysterious scourge of dark matter, how can an alien world harbor any remedies for Earth's declining populations? Worse,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Science fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kay Kenyon
ISBN: 0553583794 9780553583793
OCLC Number: 51589451
Description: 395 pages ; 18 cm.
Series Title: Bantam spectra book.
Responsibility: Kay Kenyon.

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"Come find what you have lost ..." Heeding this cryptic message from deep space, the crew of the starship Restoration journeys from Earth to a distant planet, hoping to find humanity's lost genetic diversity. But with the human race on the verge of extinction from the twin horrors of plague and a mysterious scourge of dark matter, how can an alien world harbor any remedies for Earth's declining populations? Worse, the Restoration arrives depleted: its captain is dead, its crew demoralized - except for an indomitable old woman whose power and wealth give her the privilege of naming the new captain. Anton Prados, a young, untested officer, will now preside over humanity's first contact with an alien race. An alien race that, improbably, looks exactly like humans. Only, the Dassa possess highly unusual breeding habits - and a reproductive process that seems to be the nullification of all that is human. And they think much the same about humanity ...
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