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Limit of vision
Linda Nagata
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Summary: With her imaginative far-future epics -- which includes The Bohr Maker, winner of the Locus Award for Best First Novel -- Linda Nagata burst on the scene as one of the most visionary writers of hard SF working today. The Denver Post called her a rising star to watch.Now Nagata makes her hardcover debut with Limit of Vision, a gripping and engrossing saga of a frighteningly plausible future in which new breakthroughs in biotechnology are spinning out of control.A beautiful young scientist lies dead in a top-secret laboratory, a victim of an illegal experiment with the forbidden nanotechnology known as LoVs -- intelligent organisms that live at the limits of human vision. In Vietnam's Mekong Delta, a daring journalist probes a mysterious cult rumored to have awesome powers. As factions across the globe race to control this strange creation, in orbit high above Earth, an awesome new stage in evolution is about to begin. . . .


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