Cave of Stars by George Zebrowski

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"One of SF's most visionary authors."--Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine"One of the most intriguing, intelligent books I've read in years."--Jack McDevitt, author of MoonfallOld Earth is gone. Humanity has been scattered to the stars. Some left their dying planet in spaceship arks, in search of new worlds to inhabit. Others, nanoengineered for near-immortality, explore the far reaches of interstellar space in gargantuan macrolife mobiles.An earthlike human society endures on the einvironmentally volatile pl

About George Zebrowski

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Zebrowski's 30 books include novels, short fiction collections, anthologies, and a book of essays.
Published September 1, 1999 by Harpercollins. 276 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Earth having been rendered uninhabitable through a series of catastrophes involving the miracle-metal bulerite, mankind has been given a rather powerful nudge in the direction of the stars.

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