Sister Alice - 
      Robert Reed

Sister Alice

«The pace is almost flawlessly judged ... SISTER ALICE has more than enough unique qualities ..to render any comparisons an inadequate measure of its worth»

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Some 10 million years in the future, in a galaxy heavily populated by humans and other advanced species, a thousand trustworthy humans and their cloned offspring have been granted an incredible power that they may preserve a peace that has endured for eons. Les mer
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Some 10 million years in the future, in a galaxy heavily populated by humans and other advanced species, a thousand trustworthy humans and their cloned offspring have been granted an incredible power that they may preserve a peace that has endured for eons. They can build worlds wherever they wish and can terraform any wasteland. But the arrival of a woman as old as the great peace itself brings uncertainty and fear. For she brings with her a warning: the tale of an ancient crime that threatens to destroy the peace that has been so carefully crafted.

A far-future epic of god-like humans and their colossal blunders, SISTER ALICE is a novel of incredible imagination from the author of the acclaimed MARROW.

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Forlag: Orbit
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 416
ISBN: 9781841491257
Format: 13 x 19 cm
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«The pace is almost flawlessly judged ... SISTER ALICE has more than enough unique qualities ..to render any comparisons an inadequate measure of its worth»

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‘An exhilarating ride, in the hands of an author whose aspiration literally knows no bounds’

«Compelling, exhilarating, ambitious»

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«Robert Reed is the new century's most compelling SF voice»

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Robert Reed was the first Grand Prize Winner of the Writers for the Future contest, and his stories have been nominated for both the Hugo and Nebula Awards.