Hothouse

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Baen Enterprises, 1984 - Fiction - 309 pages
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In this award-winning science fiction adventure, radiation from the dying sun transforms the Earth into a hothouse, where monstrous sentient plants and carnivorous insects prey on mankind

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User Review  - wissamktb - LibraryThing

More dark fantasy than science-fiction. Hothouse has a lot nice imagery and Brian Aldiss' imagination does not let up, but the constant flight for survival--the fact that on every page someone is getting attacked or is attacking some plant creature--can get tedious with repetition. Read full review

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User Review  - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing

An Earth in locked orbit with both Sun and Moon, covered with a few, huge, plants, home to humans only 1/5 present size, and preyed on by symbiotic and intelligent fungus, is facing its final few ... Read full review

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