Summary

Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author Charles Sheffield returns to the Solar System of his novel Cold as Ice, to spin a tale of the years immediately following the Great War, a horrifying spasm that was over in weeks, but killed half the human race.
©1995 Charles Sheffield (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Will on 04-06-16

Good book, with some disturbing characters

I dislike authors trying to take you inside the mind of psychopath killers. -1 star

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5 out of 5 stars
By Randal on 02-02-13

the 2nd of an engageing trilogy

This trilogy concerns the uncovering of a war-crime and [spoiler alert] more

I really liked the characters in the stories. Especially that of the young eccentric "Bat". The third of the series "Dark as Day" brings it all together. As they finally figured out there was a "war crime.' and how the decide to deal with it.

The narrator chosen would be better for another story I feel.

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