The Omega Point Trilogy by George Zebrowski

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6599 A.D. The war between the Earth Federation and the Herculean Empire had been over for more than three centuries. The planet in the Hercules Globular Cluster was a cinder; the few descendents of the surviving Herculeans lived on Myraa's World, half a galaxy away, in what seemed to be a religious commune. But on an unnamed planet, deep within the Hercules Cluster, two survivors, father and son, gather their resources and plan reign of terror against Federation worlds. But the woman Myraa has a different vision- one which excludes empires and warring armies. Subtly, she strives to shape events toward a different end. Rising to one the most unusual climaxes in recent fantastic literature, this novel of chase and vengeance depicts a colorful, poetic future which is struggling to overcome its past. Filled with striking twists and vivid ideas, this is space opera at its most modern.

About George Zebrowski

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George Zebrowski's thirty-five books have been published in more than half a dozen languages. His most recent novels are Brute Orbits, The Killing Star, written with scientist and author Charles Pellegrino, and Stranger Suns, chosen as a New York Times Notable Book. Upcoming is Skylife (coedited with scientist-author Gregory Benford), an anthology chronicling this century's fascination with space habitats in story and science. Zebrowski's classic novel of space habitats, Macrolife, was chosen by Library Journal as one of its one hundred "must read" works of science fiction.
Published June 3, 2002 by 304 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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