Cilia of Gold Irina Larionova had had no intention of visiting Mercury herself Why would anyone come to Mercury unless they had to The planet was a piece of junk a desolate ball of iron and rock too close to the

  • Title: Cilia of Gold
  • Author: Stephen Baxter
  • ISBN: 9781884612329
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Irina Larionova had had no intention of visiting Mercury herself Why would anyone come to Mercury, unless they had to The planet was a piece of junk, a desolate ball of iron and rock too close to the Sun to be interesting, or remotley habitable But, within days of landing two exploratory teams on the planet, both had reported anomalies This story takes place in the autIrina Larionova had had no intention of visiting Mercury herself Why would anyone come to Mercury, unless they had to The planet was a piece of junk, a desolate ball of iron and rock too close to the Sun to be interesting, or remotley habitable But, within days of landing two exploratory teams on the planet, both had reported anomalies This story takes place in the author s Xeelee sequence.

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      Published :2019-03-15T17:29:01+00:00

    One thought on “Cilia of Gold”

    1. I had to listen to this story twice, since the first time, I just wasn't into it. And it's not a bad story, but it's a slow start. We begin with the narrative of an alien creature bringing her family to a new feeding ground, despite knowing she has been struck with their species' worst parasite. Then we transition to a human exploration team, who speculate on the origins of this unexpected creature. And the truth is quite a lot more surprising and disturbing than they could imagine.So, hard to g [...]

    2. An interesting basic premise, life in thermal vents on Mercury.But the whole panspermia thing was not very believable.Baxter needs to brush up on his evolutionary science a bitIt was also unbelievable how the humans guessed everything before the reader could.That takes away the fun of hard science fiction!I will give Baxter another chance, though

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