Migration

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Baen, May 31, 2011 - Fiction - 432 pages
New York Times best-seller Hogan brings on another “huge idea” SF adventure thriller. A generation starship blasts off to the stars with ALL the vying cultures of a post-apocalypse Earth aboard. They’ll either find a way to live together – or destroy one another for the second, and final, time!

From the ashes of post-apocalypse Earth a new order has arisen to reach for the stars. Planet of salvation Hera is discovered and a generation ship will carry a select group from wrecked, ravaged Earth to a better future for their children. But who to take on the voyage? Why not your best and brightest tech-smiths and tinkerers? And, as far as political systems go, heck, why not send along everything representatives of ALL the societies and political systems now surviving? It’s a desperate gamble to forge an intergalactic species of humanity – on the trip out!

About James P. Hogan:
“Readers who like their science hard will find this one a diamond.” – Publishers Weekly on James P. Hogan’s Mission to Minerva

“…cutting edge scientific approach…truly fascinating and highly enjoyable…”– Starlog

“Stimulating and provocative.” – Kirkus on James P. Hogan’s ground-breaking Cradle of Saturn

“Pure science fiction…Arthur C. Clarke, move over.” – Isaac Asimov

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About the author (2011)

James P. Hogan was the author of the popular Giants hard SF series and of multiple New York Times concept-driven science fiction best-sellers. Hogan died suddenly in 2010.

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