Genesis

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Ballantine Books, 1987 - Fiction - 214 pages
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The Global Civil War was about to make Humankind extinct, when the stupendous Super Dimensional Fortress dispatched to Earth by a dying alien genius changed all that forever. Humanity's only hope lay in a corps of untried young men and women gifted with powers they didn't fully understand. Then the most feared conquerors in the universe attacked, determined to destroy them for no reason they could comprehend.

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Review: Genesis (Robotech #1)

User Review  - Sean O'Hara - Goodreads

Sometimes I get the urge to read crappy, mindless SF, but unfortunately I have an allergic reaction to everything Baen has published in the last twenty years or so, which limits my options greatly. I ... Read full review

Review: Genesis (Robotech #1)

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A good book but for fans only. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
18
Section 3
31
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Jack McKinney has been a psychiatric aide, fusion-rock guitarist and session man, worldwide wilderness guide, and “ consultant” to the U.S. military in Southeast Asia (although they had to draft him for that). His numerous other works of mainstream and science fiction– novels, radio and television scripts– have been created under various pseudonyms.

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