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400 Billion Stars by Paul McAuley

400 Billion Stars (original 1988; edition 2009)

by Paul McAuley

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Title:400 Billion Stars
Authors:Paul McAuley
Info:Gollancz (2009), Paperback, 240 pages
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Tags:fiction, scifi, science fiction, sci fi, sci-fi, sf

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Four Hundred Billion Stars by Paul J. McAuley (1988)



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Dorothy Yoshida is a telepath, and a really rather good one at that. She's also a scientist, and when a small planet begins to manifest some unusual signs she is sent to investigate. The planet is more than it seems, and on further investigation the scientists begin to suspect it has been artificially altered.… (more)

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