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DAW Books, Jan 13, 2009 - Fiction - 585 pages
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The direct sequel to the Hugo Award- winning novel Cyteen, Regenesiscontinues the story of Ariane Emory PR, the genetic clone of one of the greatest scientists humanity has ever produced, and of her search for the murderer of her progenitorthe original Ariane Emory. Murder, politics, deception, and genetic and psychological manipulation combine against a backdrop of interstellar human societies at odds to create a mesmerizing and major work in Regenesis. Who did kill the original Ariane Emory? And can her personal replicate avoid the same fate? Those questions have remained unanswered for two decadessince the publication of Cyteen. Now in Regenesisthose questions will finally be answered.

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Review: Regenesis (Unionside #3)

User Review  - Bayard West - Goodreads

Sub-genre: Political Sci-fi Literary conflict: Man vs. Man Politician vs. Politician GOOD: Solid editing/polish: ✔ Triple dose of politics:✔ Fun characters: - Witty repartee: - Great "how-it-works ... Read full review

Review: Regenesis (Unionside #3)

User Review  - Alia R. Herrman - Goodreads

Not as good as the original Cyteen trilogy, but still enjoyable. At times the story is overly wordy and some parts drag on obnoxiously in a way that indicates the book could have used a firmer hand in ... Read full review

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C. J. Cherryh has written more than sixty novels, won three Hugo Awards in both the novel and short story categories, and frequently appears on both the Hugo Award and Nebula Award ballots.

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