Decision at Doona
Random House Publishing Group, Jul 12, 1979
After the first human contact with the Siwannese ended in a mass suicide, the Terran government made a law that no further contact with sentient aliens would be allowed. But since their own planet was overcrowed, they looked to colonize Doona--until they found the Hrubbans. Their choice was simple but dangerous. They could kill the cat-like Hrubbans, or for the first time in history, learn to to coexist with an alien race....Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
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Review: Decision at Doona (Doona #1)User Review - Joe Santoro - Goodreads
Plot: Humanity has become complacent, using extreme protocol and non-competitive, non-offensive behavior to survive in an extremely overcrowded planet. Only a small few are intrepid enough to colonize ... Read full review
Review: Decision at Doona (Doona #1)User Review - Allynn Riggs - Goodreads
Now this is the type of science fiction I love. Published in 1969 it looks at possible solutions to an overcrowded, bored, unenthusiastic world(s). McCaffrey also looks at the problems with non ... Read full review