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Series: Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime series

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Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime: Breaking Strain by Paul Preussbook 1
Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime: Maelstrom by Paul Preussbook 2
Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime: Hide and Seek by Paul Preussbook 3
Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime: The Medusa Encounter by Paul Preussbook 4
Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime: The Diamond Moon by Paul Preussbook 5
Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime: The Shining Ones by Paul Preussbook 6

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A series of sci-fi novels written by Paul Preuss. The series revolves around Sparta, a beautiful woman with advanced abilities, the product of biotech engineering. The memory of the last three years is gone, and Sparta attempts to recover her past, and save her future. The series frequently references characters and settings from stories by Arthur C. Clakre.

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