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Also by C.J. Cherryh:

The Collected Short Fiction of C.J. Cherryh, June 2019
Trade Size
The Faded Sun Trilogy Omnibus, April 2019
Trade Size
Emergence, January 2019
Mass Market Paperback (reprint)
Regenesis, January 2019
Trade Size
Convergence, January 2018
Mass Market Paperback
Convergence, April 2017
Hardcover
Visitor, April 2017
Mass Market Paperback
Tracker, April 2015
Hardcover
Protector, April 2013
Hardcover
Intruder, March 2013
Paperback
Betrayer, March 2012
Paperback (reprint)
Intruder, March 2012
Hardcover
Betrayer, April 2011
Hardcover
Deceiver, April 2011
Paperback

Emergence
C.J. Cherryh

FOREIGNER #19
DAW
January 2019
On Sale: January 8, 2019
368 pages
ISBN: 0756414164
EAN: 9780756414160
Kindle: B073PB22BS
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
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Science Fiction Space Opera

The nineteenth book in the beloved Foreigner space opera series begins a new era for human diplomat Bren Cameron, as he navigates the tenuous peace between human refugees and the alien atevi.

Bren Cameron, acting as the representative of the atevi's political leader, Tabini-aiji, as well as translator between humans and atevi, has undertaken a mission to the human enclave of Mospheira. Both his presence on the island and his absence from the continent have stirred old enemies to realize new opportunities.

Old hatreds. Old grudges. Old ambitions.

The situation has strengthened the determination of power-seekers on both sides of the strait. Bren knows most of them very well, but not all of them well enough. The space station on which the world increasingly relies is desperate to get more supplies up to orbit and to get a critical oversupply of human refugees down to the world below. Rationing is in force on the station, but the overpopulation problem has to be solved quickly—and Bren's mission on Mospheira has expanded to include preparation for that landing.

First down will be the three children to whom Tabini's son has a close connection. But following them will be thousands of humans who have never set foot on a planet, humans descended from colonists and officers who split off from Mospheiran humans two hundred years before in a bitter parting of the ways. There is no way the atevi, native to the world, will cede any more land to these new arrivals: they will have to share the island. But certain Mospheirans are willing to use force to prevent these refugees from settling among them.

Bren's job is as general peacemaker—but old enemies want war. Is Bren's diplomatic acumen enough to prevent a war that both sides are prepared to wage?

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