Thousandth Night and Minla's Flowers by Alastair Reynolds

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Thousandth Night, the genesis for the epic novel House of Suns, is quintessential Reynolds. A visionary account of intrigue, ambition, and technological marvels set within a beautifully realized far-future milieu, it combines world-class storytelling with a provocative meditation on the mystery, grandeur, and inconceivable immensity of the universe.

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Alastair Reynolds Great Britain.
Published April 5, 2013 by Subterranean Press. 192 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Larger-than-life characters, awesome extraterrestrial settings and spectacular technology fill these two novellas, packaged back to back in the manner of the old Ace Doubles.

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