The Wolves of Memory

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Berkley Publishing Group, Oct 1, 1982 - Fiction - 272 pages
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When social misfit Sandor Courane is sent to Epsilon Eridani by TECT, the electronic ruler of Earth, he searches for a cure to the fatal disease infecting the inhabitants of the planet

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About the author (1982)

George Alec Effinger contributed regularly to the top science fiction and fantasy magazines including "Orbit," "New Dimensions," and "Universe,""" His novelette "Schrodinger's Kitten" won the Hugo, Japanese Seiun, Nebula, and Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Awards. He published several novels including "The Exile Kiss," "A Fire in the Sun," "What Entropy Means to Me," and "When Gravity Fails,"""

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