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Galactic North by Alastair Reynolds

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Also by Alastair Reynolds:

Shadow Captain, January 2019
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The Best Science Fiction of the Year, April 2017
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Poseidon's Wake, September 2016
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Poseidon's Wake, February 2016
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On the Steel Breeze, June 2015
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Blue Remembered Earth, June 2012
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Terminal World, June 2011
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House Of Suns, June 2010
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House Of Suns, June 2009
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The Prefect, June 2008
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Galactic North, June 2007
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Century Rain, June 2006
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Galactic North
Alastair Reynolds

Stories from the Revelation Space Universe

Ace
June 2007
On Sale: June 5, 2007
352 pages
ISBN: 0441015131
EAN: 9780441015139
Hardcover
$24.95
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Set in the Revelation Space universe-the first short story collection by "one of SF's best and most ambitious novelists." (SFX)

With eight short stories and novellas- including three original to this collection- Galactic North imparts the centuries-spanning events that have produced the dark and turbulent world of Revelation Space.

Centuries from now, the basic right to expand human intelligence-beyond its natural limits-has become a war-worthy cause for the Demarchists and Conjoiners. Only vast lighthugger starships bind these squabbling colonies together, manned by the panicky and paranoid Ultras. And the hyperpigs just try to keep their heads down.

The rich get richer. And everyone tries not to think about the worrying number of extinct alien civilizations turning up on the outer reaches of settled space...because who's to say that humanity won't be next?

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