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  • As soon as I leave this cold-sleep pod, the work will start.

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  • However, the effects of cold-sleep have caused tremendous damage to the colonists 'genes, and it's up to brilliant microbiologist Joseph Devreze to fix it.

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  • So, the Lhari allow a certain type of human to join them on their starships, those from Mentor whose eyes are strong enough to handle different kinds of light, but before entering FTL speeds, all humans must be put into a “cold-sleep” else death take them.

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  • When they reach their destination and find things aren't as they need to be, a debate ensues whether to stay, or take a risk and cross a large void in search of another planet but put the colonists at risk of spending too much time in cold-sleep.

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  • There's no way the heavy-worlders could find a trace of us in cold-sleep.

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  • However, the effects of cold-sleep have caused tremendous damage to the colonists 'genes, and it's up to brilliant microbiologist Joseph Devreze to fix it.

    REVIEW: Hurricane Moon by Alexis Glynn Latner

  • The book description sounds really good: the last hope for humanity, several thousand colonists leave Earth in cold-sleep to find and establish a new colony on an Earth-like world, moon required.

    January 2008

  • The book description sounds really good: the last hope for humanity, several thousand colonists leave Earth in cold-sleep to find and establish a new colony on an Earth-like world, moon required.

    REVIEW: Hurricane Moon by Alexis Glynn Latner

  • Sometimes the dissociating agency consists in chemical substances (of the hallucinogenic type—thus in The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch); sometimes in "cold-sleep technique" (as precisely in Ubik); sometimes (as in Now Wait for Last Year) in a combination of narcotics and "parallel worlds."

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  • Sometimes the dissociating agency consists in chemical substances (of the hallucinogenic type—thus in The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch); sometimes in “cold-sleep technique” (as precisely in Ubik); sometimes (as in Now Wait for Last Year) in a combination of narcotics and “parallel worlds.”

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