The Wild by David Zindell
(Requiem for Homo Sapiens No. 2)

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A galactic search for the truth fires this magnificent epic of war and discovery on both a human and cosmic scale.The Wild: a chaotic place where ten elite lightship pilots dared to venture. A place where one of those pilots, Danlo wi Soli Ringess, will learn the fate of his father. Did Mallory Ringess die during that first expedition to the Wild? Or did he become a god? Opinions vary, but Danlo's search is focused on one objective: the truth. It is a truth that will not only reveal his father's assassin, but could also lay bare the secret to a killer virus that only Danlo survived.


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About David Zindell

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David Zindell's short story "Shanidar" was a prize-winning entry in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest. In addition to The Lightstone, he is the author of several critically acclaimed novels: Neverness, The Broken God, and The Wild. He resides in Colorado.
 
Published October 21, 2009 by Spectra. 562 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The epic of Danlo wi Soli Ringess of Nevermore, interstellar pilot, adventurer and the sole survivor of the Devaki tribe, continues in this elaborate space-opera sequel to The Broken God.

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