Cyan

· EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
4.2
6 reviews
Ebook
320
Pages
Eligible

About this ebook

Colonizing Cyan may be overcrowded Earth’s last hope for survival It took Earth’s last, dying effort, led by Keir Delacroix of the original explorers, to plant a colony on Cyan. Now the new colonists are uneasy in their seasonless paradise. Will destruction come upon them from a renegade explorer and her DNA modified creatures of the torrid zone, or from Saloman Curran, the man whose heartless manipulations brought them here? Or will it come from their own inability to adapt to their new home?
4.2
6 reviews
A Google user
This story plays along with the over crowed earth and finding another planet. It showed some different perspectives and types of people's reactions to the issue of who get to go. I had some issues ...
A Google user
The passage of time in the course of advanced space travel - the way that passage varies between the travelers and those they leave behind, and the effect on even the strongest of relationships ...
A Google user
Cyan is a well-written story about new world discovery and settlement. It touches on old world political intrigue as well as on overcoming egomaniacal new world leadership. What does it take to ...

About the author

Syd Logsdon escaped an Oklahoma farm into science fiction, then escaped to Michigan State, the Navy, and the University of Chicago. He became addicted to writing novels, which led to a decade of full time writing and part time starvation, with a second MA in History thrown in. Next came thirty years of part time writing and full time teaching of middle school science. His first publication was in the last issue of Galaxy. He is the author of Jandrax and A Fond Farewell to Dying. The latter also appeared in German translation.

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