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They had come out of the darkness- demons who could not see or speak by the light of the trees.. For the five-member crew of the Shenandoah, the Caliban landing began as a routine scouting. But the trees - incredible trees - bright red and orange, maroon and peach; the grass, a bed of bright yellow sunshine. And the mysterious fur covered Calabi, who seemed neither to speak, nor to hear. They'd killed on of them. It was an accident, of course. Crushed under their transport buggy, but an accident that could cost them their ship, their careers, even their lives. They had to stay. They had to convince the Calibi they were not murderers, prove their innocence in a world that sang a song they had yet to hear...
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When an accidental death leads to the discovery of sentient life on the supposedly uninhabited planet Caliban, the members of the Port Authority of Earth survey team confront legal and moral dilemmas in their attempts to establish contact with a race of beings who view them as murderers. Popkes demonstrates a rare insight into human and nonhuman motivations in this well-executed first novel. JC
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