Darwin’s Children

TitleDarwin’s Children
Year for Search2003
AuthorsBear, Greg[ory Dale](b. 1951)
Tertiary AuthorsBear, Greg
Pagination400 pp.
Date Published2003
PublisherDel Rey/Ballantine
Place PublishedNew York
ISBN Number978-0345448361
KeywordsMale author, US author
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Sequel to Darwin’s Radio. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1999, which concerned the discovery of the DNA that brought about the disease that resulted in the children. The volume includes an “Afterword” (419), “A Short Biological Primer” (422-23) and a “Short Glossary of Scientific Terms” (423-27). The advanced children described in that novel have matured and ae threatened by those who resent their powers. As a result, they are interned in special schools and targeted by bounty hunters as part of a plan to eliminate them. The volume includes “Caveats” (375-76), a “Short Glossary of Scientific Terms” (377-83), and “A Brief Reading List” (385-87).

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2003 Bear, Greg[ory Dale] (b. 1951). Darwin’s Children. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine. 400 pp. PSt

Sequel to Darwin’s Radio. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1999, which concerned the discovery of the DNA that brought about the disease that resulted in the children. The volume includes an “Afterword” (419), “A Short Biological Primer” (422-23) and a “Short Glossary of Scientific Terms” (423-27). The advanced children described in that novel have matured and ae threatened by those who resent their powers. As a result, they are interned in special schools and targeted by bounty hunters as part of a plan to eliminate them. The volume includes “Caveats” (375-76), a “Short Glossary of Scientific Terms” (377-83), and “A Brief Reading List” (385-87).