Steel Beach

Steel Beach

Book - 1992
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Penguin Putnam
A science fiction epic from "the best writer in America" (Tom Clancy)?Hugo and Nebula award-winning author John Varley.

Fleeing Earth after an alien invasion, the human race stands on the threshold of evolution. Their new home is Luna, a moon colony blessed with creature comforts, prolonged lifespans, digital memories, and instant sex changes.

But the people of Luna are bored, restless, suicidal?and so is the computer that monitors their existence...

Baker & Taylor
An interstellar traveling thespian uses the magnetic implants under his skin to morph into whatever shape he pleases--a useful tool for a one-man Shakespeare actor, or a con man on the lam. Reprint. PW. BL.

& Taylor

Luna, the Eden-like lunar colony that has become humankind's home since an alien attack destroyed Earth, is threatened by strange dark forces that lead reporter Hildy Johnson and other inhabitants to feelings of depression and suicide

Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c1992.
ISBN: 9780399137594
Characteristics: 479 p. ; 24 cm.


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