The Gates of Eden
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The Gates of Eden

by Brian Stableford
Release date: 1983
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction

Before the hyper-space vessels could go from planet to planet, stations had to be set up. And that meant manned spaceships cut off from Earth for decades. The explorer vessel Ariadne had gone toward galactic center and was considered lost – until its call was heard appealing for a xeno-biologist.

Their new world was all swamp. As far as could be seen there was no intelligent species. Yet this was alarming because all inhabitable planets so far discovered had thinking inhabitants.

But the nature of that planet's "people" turned out to be an enigma that had to be solved. For the alien biology there could spell doom to all the civilizations of the stars... doom or a terrible unity!

A brilliant adventure novel of scientific conjecture written by the scientist author of Journey to the Center and other innovative sf novels.

(updated 2010-09-07)

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