Voice of the Planet

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Bantam Books, 1990 - Fiction - 388 pages
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An ecology professor travels to Tibet to track a mysterious computer hacker who wants him to write a book about the fate of the Earth. The "hacker" turns out to be nothing less than Earth herself, using a computer to communicate! The novelization of the 10-part TBS series starring William Shatner.

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User Review  - Kimberly - Goodreads

I first read this book just after high school. My copy came from a used bookstore. I long ago learned to ignore the quote from Shatner on it, and never really researched the TBS miniseries based on ... Read full review

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User Review  - Merebear Thompson - Goodreads

Raises some very good points about the environment, the Earth, and Man's place amongst the other animals. I didn't like the awkward sexual tension; unnecessary and strange. The book hits you in the ... Read full review

Contents

Gaia
1
Sex and Death
55
The Sacred and Profane
94
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

PhD, has traveled to some 60 countries where he has specialized in an interdisciplinary approach to environmental history, scientific, ethical, aesthetic and philosophical frameworks for policy research and strategies, demographic analysis, ecological anthropology, and non-violence activism. Tobias is the author of more than 30 books and has directed, written, and/or produced well over one hundred films for broadcast throughout the world. In 1996, Tobias received the "Courage of Conscience Award" for his commitment to animals.

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