A Planet Called Utopia by J. T. McIntosh
(Prologue Science Fiction)

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The first visitor to paradise in three centuries!

For 300 years, Utopia has been separated from the rest of the galaxy. Now, after intricate negotiations, a single visitor from the Other Worlds is permitted to travel to this strange planet.

What Hardy Cronyn finds is stranger than he could have imagined: no marriage, few children, and a population that was effectively immortal. No death, no crime . . . a true paradise.

But then Cronyn discovers the paralyzing fear shared by all Utopia’s inhabitants: If life is eternal, pain will last a long, long time.

 

About J. T. McIntosh

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J.T. McIntosh is the pseudonym used by the Scottish science fiction writer James Murdoch Macgregor. Born in 1925 in Renfrewshire, he published his first short story in 1950 in Astounding Science Fiction. His first novel was published in 1953. He died in 2008.
 
Published October 1, 2012 by Prologue Books. 186 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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