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The Sodom and Gomorrah Business

The Sodom and Gomorrah Business Death and Disorder Institute courses told a grim story about the Network that savage world beyond the closely guarded Institute gates But they wanted to see for themselves They had to know Were th

  • Title: The Sodom and Gomorrah Business
  • Author: Barry N. Malzberg
  • ISBN: 9780671777890
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • Death and Disorder 104 Institute courses told a grim story about the Network that savage world beyond the closely guarded Institute gates But they wanted to see for themselves They had to know Were there really females there Would their training as mercenaries prepare them for the wild bands of grisly subhumans They set out on a journey of discovery only to becomeDeath and Disorder 104 Institute courses told a grim story about the Network that savage world beyond the closely guarded Institute gates But they wanted to see for themselves They had to know Were there really females there Would their training as mercenaries prepare them for the wild bands of grisly subhumans They set out on a journey of discovery only to become the unwitting agents of forces that threatened to destroy the only world they d ever known.

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    1. “Death and Disorder 104Institute courses told a grim story about the Network—that savage world beyond the closely guarded Institute gates. But they wanted to see for themselves. They had to know. Were there really females there? Would their training as mercenaries prepare them for the wild bands of grisly subhumans?They set out on a journey of discovery only to become the unwitting agents of forces that threatened to destroy the only world they'd ever known.”—The back cover“Was there a [...]

    2. I like that Malzberg tries to do something hard-core with SF scenarios, but this one is just tedious. Reads like it was written on a deadline, he just drones on and on about very little. Disappointed, but he's a good enough writer that I'm sure I'll enjoy the next book of his I read.

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