Carve the sky

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Morrow, 1991 - Fiction - 298 pages
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On the eve of an interplanetary war, a desperate search is on across the Earth and throughout the solar system for a mysterious artifact constructed of a rare and valuable mineral

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User Review  - RandyStafford - LibraryThing

Some of my reactions upon reading this novel in 1991. Spoilers follow. I was first puzzled by this book's title. It turns out to be a metaphor and allusion to the central theme: that all of us carve ... Read full review

Carve the sky

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The sudden appearance of a new work of art by a sculptor thought to be dead sparks a race across the galaxy in search of a mysterious brotherhood and a rare metal, with humanity's fate in the balance ... Read full review


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About the author (1991)

Jablokov is a full-time writer with a background in engineering and the arts. He lives with his wife and son.

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