Dryland's End

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Southern Tier Editions, Harrington Park Press, 1995 - Fiction - 525 pages
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Five thousand years into the future, life itself is in jeopardy. A rebellion of intelligent cybernetic servants has left the females of the galaxy virtually sterile, crippling the controlling political body - the Matriarchy. The race is on to find a solution, but will it be enough to save the Matriarchy as other galactic authorities attempt to dominate them using sabotage and all-out-war? A science-fiction adventure for the new millenium, touching on today's most controversial topics, such as interracial and gay relationships, and cloning.

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I loved this book! I'm not much of a reader but this book got through to me and I really enjoyed it. So if a "non reader" enjoyed it and it held my attention you'll love it. I admit I'm a gay nerd, love star trek, gaming, pacific rim & stuff along those lines!

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I typically don't read science fiction but this was really interesting, and intriguing. It is a bit of a long read, but the characters and situations are so well defined that I wanted it to keep going. Read full review

About the author (1995)

Felice Picano's first book was a finalist for the PEN/ Hemingway Award. Since then, he has published twenty volumes of fiction, poetry, and memoirs. Considered a founding member of modern gay literature along with other members of the Violet Quill Club, he founded two publishing companies: SeaHorse Press and Gay Presses of New York. Among his award-winning books are the novels Like People in History, The Book of Lies, and Onyx. He lives in Los Angeles.

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