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Voyager, 1997 - Fiction - 414 pages
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User Review  - E. Newby - Goodreads

This was a deep, enjoyable read. I've always loved the cold, quiet world of Antarctica (as depicted in books and documentaries--never having been there myself), and this book captured the spirit of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

If you like this, go watch Encounters at the End of the World, on Netflix, to see Werner Herzog visit McMurdo and other places in Antarctica. Really enjoying this book so far. Robinson tells a good story and is a talented writer too. Read full review


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Writer Kim Stanley Robinson was born in Orange County, California in 1952. He earned a B. A. and Ph. D. at the University of California at San Diego and an M. A. at Boston University. His first trilogy of books, concerning a post-nuclear holocaust: Orange County, collectively won a Nebula Award and two Hugos, but he may be better known for his Mars trilogy, which chronicles the colonization of Mars and spans hundreds of years. He has won an Asimov Award, a World Fantasy Award, a Locus Reader's Poll Award, and a John W. Campbell Award.

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