1 edition of Death to reach a star found in the catalog.
|Statement||Twin Omega Press|
|Publishers||Twin Omega Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
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Mila Solokoff is a Robust who trades information in a world where knowing too much can get you killed.
The dialogue is clipped, punchy, like if Elmore Leonard wrote a post-apocalyptic fantasy adventure. It is rare for him to step outside his comfort zone and when he does, the action becomes nonstop…and dangerous.
It was all very smooth from the word go. Two groups emerged from the ashes of the old world. because one generally wants to rubberneck before the bodies grow cold, and the afternoon is wasted.
His only relief is an illegal narcotic produced by the Robusts, and his only means of Death to reach a star it is a journey to the arctic hell far below New Etyom. Demitri Stasevich is a Gracile with a dark secret—a sickness that, if discovered, will get him Ax'd. All I can say is thank you, Maris, and thanks to what- or whomever brought me in contact with the circumstances for finding this book.
Why, I ask myself, shouldn't the shining dots of the sky be as accessible as the black dots on the map of France? We all need your help. 5 stars As I was telling my friend about this book, about how it portrays a bleak future in which rich people separate themselves from the rest of us "inferior" beings and live in the sky, enslaving us to work for them under inhumane conditions and setting us against each other via acts of terrorism and barbarism, while also making themselves biologically superior through genetic modification.
Caught in a deal-gone-bad, she's forced to take a high-risk job for a clandestine organization hell-bent on revolution. This weekend we said goodbye to our dear friend,who was known for his warm loving personality an…• It's still a deathly cold, miserable place. The blurb sounded interesting and what I found inside of the pages was phenomenally well-thought out, researched, and executed.
sometimes when mo An original work in this genre, which i believe is hard to find.
Much like our brief time on this earth -a flash of light, an opportunity for great good, immense evil, or worse, selfish nothingness.
I shrug into a few less-than-clean garments and pull on my boots.
Information is still power—and money.