Dura's world is the Mantle of the Star - an immense cavern of yellow-white superfluid air bounded below by the deadly purple Quantum Sea and above by the Crust, a matted ceiling streaked with grass and trees. For ten generations Dura's tribe of humans has lived here, but things change.
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'The best SF author in Britain' -SFX
'Flux puts Stephen Baxter in the top league of the world-spinners' - The Times
'Stephen Baxter proves what a cosmic thinker he is' - Washington Post Book World
'Baxter has emerged as a master of cosmological hard SF, a writer enamored of alien viewpoints and radical settings, with a sense of sublime immensities and an ingenuity at working permutations on the question of what is human' - LocusAbout the Author:
Stephen Baxter was born in 1957. Raised in Liverpool, he has a mathematics degree from the University of Cambridge and a Ph.D from Southampton. Until recently he worked in information technology. His first novel, Raft, was published in 1991, to great acclaim.
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Book Description Harpercollins, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0002240254