Lifeline

Lifeline by Kevin James Anderson

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In shock and grief the last remnants of the human race watched from space as the holocaust of war raged across the face of the Earth. Now the future rested in the hands of three fragile space colonies: [i]Aguinaldo[/i]—The Philippine L-5 colony whose brilliant biochemist had engineered a limitless supply of food. [i]Kibalchich[/i]—The Soviet space exploration platform that harbored a deadly secret. [i]Orbitech 1[/i]—The American space factory whose superstrong weavewire could be a lifeline to link the colonies—or a cutting-edge weapon of destruction. As allies, they could unite to rebuild a better world. As enemies, they could destroy mankind’s last hope for survival.

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Kevin James Anderson

A book by Kevin James Anderson

Kevin James Anderson ( Kevin J.

Anderson ) was born on March 27, 1962 in the small town of Oregon (Wisconsin), where he grew up. At the age of eight, he wrote his first story, The Injection, on his father`s typewriter. Kevin Anderson graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison with an astronomer degree (he also studied Russian history), worked for 12 years as a technical author and editor at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (California), where he met his future wife Rebecca Mesta and Doug Bison.

who later became his frequent co-authors. He published his first real story in 1982, and at the age of 25 he released his first novel, Resurrection, Inc.. After publishing about ten science fiction novels, he was spotted at Lucasfilm, where he was offered to work on novels based on the famous Star Wars saga. His novels from the Jedi Academy trilogy made the bestseller lists in 1994. He also wrote other novels for Lucasfilm. The Young Jedi Knights series, co-written with...

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Kevin James Anderson ( Kevin J. Anderson ) was born on March 27, 1962 in the small town of Oregon (Wisconsin), where he grew up. At the age of eight, he wrote his first story, The Injection, on his father`s typewriter. Kevin Anderson graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison with an astronomer degree (he also studied Russian history), worked for 12 years as a technical author and editor at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (California), where he met his future wife Rebecca Mesta and Doug Bison. who later became his frequent co-authors. He published his first real story in 1982, and at the age of 25 he released his first novel, Resurrection, Inc.. After publishing about ten science fiction novels, he was spotted at Lucasfilm, where he was offered to work on novels based on the famous Star Wars saga. His novels from the Jedi Academy trilogy made the bestseller lists in 1994. He also wrote other novels for Lucasfilm. The Young Jedi Knights series, co-written with Rebecca Mesta and consisting of 14 novels, has made the New York Times bestseller lists. Kevin Anderson has written three X-Files novels that have also become bestsellers. Co-authored with Brian Herbert, he wrote two trilogies of prequels to Frank Herbert`s Dune. Now the writer continues to work on new books on "Dune", as well as on his own science fiction cycle "Saga of Seven Suns" and other works. I got into the Guinness Book of Records as "the most prolific author for autographs" (during his tour of the US cities, K. Anderson gave a truly incredible number of autographs). K. Anderson is an active traveler and tourist, many of his works were invented and recorded on a portable tape recorder during long walks in Death Valley or the Rocky Mountains. Official website: www.wordfire.com