Falkenberg's Legion

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Baen Books, 1990 - Fiction - 432 pages
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The seeds of contradiction that lay at the heart of the Soviet-American alliance are bearing their final fruit. Soon they will rip the Codomminium apart - and Earth will die. In the face of that inevitability the fate of humanity lies with the Colony Worlds - a few of which are equipped for more than barest survival. Thrown upon their own resources, their futures seem as limited as their pasts. They - and humanity - have one hope: that somehow, someone will have both the vision and the strength to grasp the tattered remnants of civilization and weld them into a single galaxy-spanning society.

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Review: Falkenberg's Legion (Falkenberg's Legion #2)

User Review  - Jimmacc - Goodreads

Great story. I enjoyed the mixing of cold war with science fiction Read full review

Review: Falkenberg's Legion (Falkenberg's Legion #2)

User Review  - Annette - Goodreads

My husband picked this up at a used book sale, and I was happy to learn that the universe of The Mote in God's Eye had been expanded upon. These "future histories" are dealing with events some ... Read full review

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Jerry Pournelle (right), a past winner of the John W. Campbell Award, has collaborated with Niven on numerous bestsellers. He has also written such successful solo novels as "Janissaries" and "Starswarm". He lives in Studio City, California.
Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle were the joint winners of the 2005 Robert A. Heinlein Award.

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