Series: Quee Lee and Perri

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The Remoras by Robert Reedfirst appearance of the characters as a couple
Katabasis by Robert Reedsometime during the Great Ship's galactic voyage
The Man With The Golden Balloon by Robert Reedsometime during the Great Ship's galactic voyage
River of the Queen by Robert Reedsometime during the Great Ship's galactic voyage
Marrow by Robert Reedevents of the novel version of "Marrow"
The Well of Stars by Robert Reedaftermath of the events of the novel version of "Marrow"

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Series description

Quee Lee and Perri are characters in the loosely-connected series of stories set in Robert Reed's "Great Ship" universe. This list is of the stories that are important in the developement of the characters, though they have brief apearances in others.

The stories take place over tens-of-thousands of years, and only certain points can be identified chronologically.


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