Divine Intervention

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Ace Books, 2001 - Fiction - 391 pages
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There are many ways to deal with the unknown: Explore it. Ignore it. Or destroy ithellip;In this powerful, provocative novel, Ken Wharton welcomes you to Mandala, an extra-solar Earth colony where the unknown is rapidly approachinghellip; Cut off from Earth for over a century, the people of Mandala have created an utterly unique society-and developed religious beliefs and cultural customs that are completely their own.Now, word has arrived that thousands of new colonists-most of whom are frozen in cryogenic suspension-are en route from Earth. Fearing a crippling shift in the planetrs"s balance of power, the Prime Minister vows to do whatever it takes to keep them away.But someone else knows that theyrs"re coming. A young deaf-mute, Drew Randall can communicate in his own unconventional way. And someone-or something-has told him that the new colonists have finally arrivedhellip;

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This was a fun book full of ideas about quantum mechanics, religion, and deep-space colonization. It is the story of a colony of humans 75 light years from Earth, who have to decide how to react to ... Read full review

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