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REMNANT POPULATION, Moon, Elizabeth
1 REMNANT POPULATION
Moon, Elizabeth
Baen, 1996, 0671877186 / 9780671877187

First Edition, Hardcover, Fine, Fine. Book. Ruddell, Gary
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Fine copy in fine jacket. A clean, square copy without price-clipping. Award History: 1997 Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novel.

003839

Price: 15.00 USD
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RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, Moon, Elizabeth
2 RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
Moon, Elizabeth
Baen, 1998, 0671577778 / 9780671577773

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Ruddell, Gary
Hardcover first edition, first printing. First printing stated on copyright page. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. A very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. Excellent condition for a popular book this age. The sequel to Once a Hero (1997).

003571

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SPEED OF DARK [THE], Moon, Elizabeth
3 SPEED OF DARK [THE]
Moon, Elizabeth
Ballantine Books, 2003, 0345447557 / 9780345447555

First Edition, Hardcover, Near Fine, Near Fine. Book. Metz, Julie
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Winner of the 2004 Nebula Award for Best Novel. Boards and jacket moderately bumped at upper corners with crinkling at head and heel of spine panel. Page block shows faint handling-related wear. Several small dents in top and side edge of page block. Slight spine lean, which is common with this tilte. Overall, a near fine copy in near fine jacket. "'If I had not been what I am, what would I have been?'" wonders Lou Arrendale, the autistic hero of Moon's compelling exploration of the concept of "normalcy" and what might happen when medical science attains the knowledge to "cure" adult autism. Arrendale narrates most of this book in a poignant earnestness that verges on the philosophical and showcases Moon's gift for characterization." - Publisher's Weekly. "Moon is effective at putting the reader inside Lou's mind, and it is both fascinating and painful to see the behavior and qualities of so-called normals through his eyes." - Meredith Parets, American Library Association. Award History: 2004 Nebula Award Winner for Best Novel; Locus Magazine: Best of 2003 Recommended Reading List for Science Fiction Novels; Amazon.com Top Ten Books of 2003 - Science Fiction & Fantasy.

004728

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