Half Life

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Tom Doherty Associates, Jun 15, 2000 - Fiction - 256 pages
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In about two hundred years, the human race on Earth is perhaps facing extinction due to the rapid evolution of disease. A crew of young men and women travel to the moons of Saturn, to Titan, to investigate the biochemistry of the pre-life conditions there in the slim hope of discovering something that might save Earth. The whole story runs at high-speed, as they race to find answers across the surface of an alien landscape with death close behind . . . and gaining.



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Set in the 21st century, when numerous new diseases threaten the existence of the human race, a crew of terminally ill scientists and researchers undertake a one-way journey to the moons of Saturn ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
Spot
Setdown
Setback
Surface
Slip
Strategy
Settlement
Shake
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Hal Clement (1922-2003) is a Science Fiction Writers of America Grand Master, and the author of the novels Half Life, Heavy Planet and the classic Mission of Gravity.

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