An alien heat

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Harper & Row, 1972 - Fiction - 147 pages
23 Reviews
"Earth of the remote future, on the brink of the end of time. Society and technology have advanced to the point where death no longer exists, birth hardly at all; the small remaining population is very rich, very decadent, very sophisticated, very bizarre"--Front dust jacket flap.

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This creates a wonderful love story. - Goodreads
The writing was interesting but not overly insightful. - Goodreads
The plot was interesting enough. - Goodreads
A totally convincing and meaningful love story. - Goodreads

Review: An Alien Heat (Dancers at the End of Time #1)

User Review  - jessica malice - Goodreads

I read these ages ago so couldn't remember them very well except for that I liked them very much so thought I'd read them again. I liked this very much. It's hilarious and clever and gorgeous and ... Read full review

Review: An Alien Heat (Dancers at the End of Time #1)

User Review  - Chris Duval - Goodreads

A comedy of manners. The protagonist, Jherek Carelian, exists in a Libertine world where rings of power command matter and individuals decadently create and play with only personal aesthetic guides ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER THREE
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CHAPTER FIVE
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