Phases

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Baen, Dec 1, 1997 - Fiction - 384 pages
5 Reviews
Elizabeth Moon, like such diverse talents as Anderson, Dickson, and Niven, is equally a master of SF, as she proved with her bestselling collaborations with Anne McCaffrey, "Sassinak" and "Generation Warriors", her "Heris Serrano" series, and the highly-praised "Remnant Population". There's nothing inconstant about "this" Moon; a fact that shines forth brightly in all her "Phases". Some of the stories in this book were previously published in a much shorter volume entitled "Lunar Activity".

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User Review  - Jenn - Goodreads

Some of Moon's earlier short stories. My favourite is those who dwell in the dark which belongs to the Paksenarrion series. Read full review

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User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

Interesting collection of sci-fi short stories. Some of them were really enjoyable but most of them felt formulaic and a little bland. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
A Delicate Adjustment
45
Too Wet to Plow
99
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Elizabeth Moon was born March 7, 1945, and grew up in McAllen, Texas, graduating from McAllen High School in 1963. She has a B.A. in History from Rice University (1968) and another in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin (1975) with graduate work in Biology at the University of Texas, San Antonio. She served in the USMC from 1968 to 1971, first at MCB Quantico and then at HQMC. She married Richard Moon, a Rice classmate and Army officer, in 1969; they moved to the small central Texas town where they still live in 1979. They have one son, born in 1983.

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