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Zeta Base
Zeta Base
Author: Judith Alguire
ISBN-13: 9780941483940
ISBN-10: 0941483940
Publication Date: 7/1991
Pages: 191
Edition: 1st ed
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Publisher: Naiad Press
Book Type: Paperback
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As the galaxy celebrates a helf-millenium gala, Antiquity, Earth's venerable science-philospher, announces an ominous finding about the Earth's sun. But, esteemed though she may be, her warning is received with skepticism, especially by Marcus Vindle, chief technician of the sun-computer SOLCOM - because Antiquity's theories rely entirely on the readings of outmoded intruments.
Antiquity's three brilliant proteges have reunited for the gala: free-spirited Morgan, who, has brought performance art to unprecedented daredevil heights; Deirdre, nurturer of Earth's animals, a gentle and loving woman who yearns for an earlier era; and Jaffey, master engineer, whose systems-check of SOLCOM will determine the truth of Antiquity's findings... or will it?
Morgan and Jaffey rekindle an old rivalry over Deirdre. And a fierce love triangle plays out against a background of deepening intrigue and impending disaster. For, as Antiquity battles time and the increasing odds against Earth's very survival, her own formidable mental powers appear to be failing...