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Blue War

Blue War (Paperback)

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It is a jungle of blue vegetation, in another dimension. Over a decade earlier, Earth's Colonial Forces battled against the blue-skinned Ha Jiin people, in order to help support the autonomy of the Jin Haa people. An attempt to grow an apartment village from an organic material has strangely led to the Earth colony of Punktown being replicated at an astonishing rate. More strangely yet, a Ha Jiin security patrol finds three clones that the organic city seems to have regenerated from long dead remains. Jeremy Stake is called in to solve the mystery and he soon finds himself trying to prevent another war.

Fiction & PoetryCrime & Thrillers Publisher: Rebellion Publication Date: 01/02/2008 ISBN-13: 9781844165322  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Jeffrey Thomas's milieu of Punktown has been the setting for his other books, such as the collections Punktown and Punktown: Shades of Grey (with brother Scott Thomas) and the noves Health Agent, Everybody Scream!, and Monstrocity, which was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award. Several of these have been translated into German, Russian and Greek language editions. Jeremy Stake also appears in Deadstock and the story "In His Sights" in the anthology The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction. When not visiting Punktown, Thomas divides the rest of his time between Massachuesetts and Viet Nam.

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