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The Movement of Mountains - signed by author

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Jules Ebert is a doctor living in a near-future San Francisco on the brink of economic crisis, where the poor run wild in the streets, chased by mutated dogs and haunted by the first signs of an Aids-type viral disease. Persuaded by his lover, Jessica, to move to the colonized planet of Eridis, he continues his practice there by ministering to the Domers, a race of genetically engineered slaves.
Designed to mine a fungus that is used as a new wonderdrug, the Domers are vast, corpulent creatures with a five-year life span. When the virus disrupts their predictably subservient lives, conferring strange memories and hopes, their intellectual awakening poses a moral dilemma for Jules: should he cure the disease, or allow it to spread that it will liberate both the Domers and the rest of mankind?

Hardback, Signed by Michael Blumlein

Item details

Author(s):
Michael Blumlein
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0671653083
ISBN-13:
9780671653088
Number of pages:
289
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster
Title:
The Movement of Mountains

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Jules Ebert is a doctor living in a near-future San Francisco on the brink of economic crisis, where the poor run wild in the streets, chased by mutated dogs and haunted by the first signs of an Aids-type viral disease. Persuaded by his lover, Jessica, to move to the colonized planet of Eridis, he continues his practice there by ministering to the Domers, a race of genetically engineered slaves.
Designed to mine a fungus that is used as a new wonderdrug, the Domers are vast, corpulent creatures with a five-year life span. When the virus disrupts their predictably subservient lives, conferring strange memories and hopes, their intellectual awakening poses a moral dilemma for Jules: should he cure the disease, or allow it to spread that it will liberate both the Domers and the rest of mankind?

Hardback, Signed by Michael Blumlein

Author(s):
Michael Blumlein
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0671653083
ISBN-13:
9780671653088
Number of pages:
289
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster
Title:
The Movement of Mountains

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