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2312

By Kim Stanley Robinson
  • ISBN Code: : 1410476510
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 825
  • Category : Fiction
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A tale set in a solar system three hundred years in the future follows the experiences of former world designer Swan, who in the wake of an unexpected death, is led into a plot to destroy everything she has helped to create.

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